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WHO'S WHO 



ALONG 

THE 

NORTH SHORE 



OF 

MA SSAC HUSETTS 

BAY 



Copyright. 1 908 
Albert W. Dennis 



COMPILED BY 



J. Alexander Lodge, .... Manchester, Mass. 

Leon L. Dennis, Swampscott, Mass. 

H.\REIET C. Dennis, Salem, Mass. 



Published by 

THE SALEM PRESS COMPANY 

Salem, Mass. 

Price, $2.00 per copy. 



THE NEW YORK 

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Contents. 



Preface, ......... v 

Comparison, ........ vi 

A Western Girl's Description of a Trip Along the 

Shore, ........ vii 

List Illustrations, ...... xii 

Hotels, . . . . . . . . . xiv 

Map of Shore, ....... xvi 

Houses to be seen from the Water, between Bev- 
erly Cove and Magnolia, .... xvii 

Myopia Hunt Club, ....... 1 

Nahant Club, ....... 3 

Manchester Yacht Club, ..... 4 

Essex County Club, ...... 7 

Corinthian Yacht Club, ...... 9 

Eastern Yacht Club, ...... 17 

Boston Yacht Club, ....... 28 

Nahant, ......... 39 

Swampscott, . . . . . . . . 52 

Beach Bluff, ....... 65 

Clifton, Devereux, ....... 72 

Marblehead, ........ 84 

Marblehead Neck, ....... 91 

Beverly, Beverly Cove, ..... 105 

Pride's, Montserrat, . . . . . .112 

Beverly Farms, . . . . . . . 119 

Manchester, West Manchester, .... 125 

Magnolia, 143 

Gloucester, ........ 155 

West Gloucester, ....... 157 

East Gloucester and Eastern Point, . . . 163 

Bass Rocks, ........ 169 

rockport, ........ 181 

Pigeon Cove, ........ 189 

Annisquam, ........ 195 



CONTENTS. 



JrswicH, ......... 203 

Wenham, 208 

Hamilton, . . . . . . ., 211 

Toi\sFrKLD, ........ 215 

Fresh Water Cove, . . . - . . . 217 

Wheeler's Point, . . . . . . .217 

Thurston's Point, . . . . . . . 217 

BusiiNESs Directory - - - - - -220 



PREFACE. 




HOUGH this is but the second volume of Who's Who 
Along the North Shore, the reception which it has 
received has been so cordial that an enlargement of 
nearly half a hundred pages has been necessary in 
this edition. 

We have added more information, made what we had more com- 
plete, increased the number of illustrations, and otherwise made the 
book more attractive and interesting than before, 

We had hoped this year to add the Christian and maiden names 
of the ladies. It seemed to us quite fitting that some notice be 
taken of a wife's presence other than that which the bare "Mrs./' 
in "Mr. and Mrs." gave. But so many hesitated sending this in- 
formation that before we went to press not half had replied. Re- 
sponses are coming in daily, however, and we hope to incorporate 
this feature next year. The responses were very prompt from Pride's 
Crossing, Beverly Farms, Manchester and that section, but in the 
vicinity of Marblehead and Cape Ann the per centage was so sm.all 
that we were led to abandon the plan for this year. 

We want to make Who's Who a standard compendium of facts 
concerning the North Shore: so replete with interest that all will 
want it, and so accurate, that all can rely upon. 



The Publishers. 



THE NORTH SHORE. 



The North Shore has continued to add to its many attractions. It 
has opened up many miles of woods roads that must be seen to be 
appreciated. 

It is hnpossible to describe the joy one feels in strolling through 
these shady lanes which wind in and out among the hills, through the 
vales and across little rustic bridges which span tiny streams gliding 
between mossy banks and grassy hummocks away to the sea. 

The North Shore has an unrivalled position as a summer resort. 

It not only has the bold, rugged shore front that is lashed by the 
billows of the Atlantic but it possesses a wealth of verdure of evergreen 
and deciduous trees which cover every hill as far as the eye can reach 
and extend to the very waters edge. 

This is in marked contrast to the South Shore of Masshchusetts 
Bay with its stretches of naked sand. 

Its proximity to Boston and its macadamized roads place it far 
ahead of Bar Harbor whose only attraction is a rocky shore front. 

Our magnificent residences nestling upon the hillsides scarcely vis- 
ible from the highways compare most favorably with Newport with its 
marble palaces, where one is constantly aimoyed by being exliibited to 
curious throngs in sight-seeing automobiles and with garrulous guides 
armed with the ever-present megaphone, and one seeking a summer 
home amid surroundings both inspiring and restful can find on the 
North Shore a retreat free from the cares of life, the buzz of the 
ticker and the distracting clatter of the trolley car. 

George E. Willmonton. 

Manchester, Mass. 



A Western GirPs Description of 
©L Trip Along tKe Shore, 

Sent to her home newspaper in the State of Indiana 



If you were roared in a New England family in which it was so cus- 
tomary to have creamed codfish for breakfast Sunday that the fish actu- 
ally has a sacerdotal flavor about it yet ; if in the twilight of Sunday even- 
ings the latlier was used to tell enchanting tales of "when I was a boy," 
involvingad ventures and hair breadth 'scapes to your kin who made a hard 
living by fishing off the Grand Banks; if you have read ''Out of Glou- 
cester" and "Captains Courageous," you will perhaps be interested in 
taking an easy chair voyage to the port of Gloucester, and, listening 
to the tale of a summer day's sail thither, wish that you had been on 
the good ship Cape Ann with five voyagers who laid their course in 
that direction one day last summer. 

These five voyagers had three reasons for embarking on this short 
cruise — they desired the beautiful sail, they longed to see Gloucester, 
the town of many dreams, the town from which more craft leave for deep 
sea fishing than fi-om any other in the world, and they hungered and 
thirsted for a shore dinner. 

The Cape Ann does not resemble the Ark in any particular, save 
that she is a boat and sails the salt seas o'er; she is new, built on long, 
narrow lines with a view to speed, resplendent in dazzling white paint, 
with commodious, elegant saloons, and an orchestra. She sails from 
Boston at nine in the morning, arriving at Gloucester at eleven. 

The ship hugs the shore all the way so that the sights of the sea 
are varied by the sights of the land. A coastwise journey is an ideal 
one, for in the distance all the little towns with their white painted 
houses, and an occasional flag staff or two look very beautiful; the 
lighthouses lose their appearance of grim desolation when seen through 
the magic veil of distance. 

As you sail out of Boston harbor you get a gootl view of the city 
with its environs, South and East Boston; only it seems impossible to 
tell which is South Boston and which is East. With considerable con- 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



liilcucf viui lind l)iinkcr Hill inoiniiiicnt oxer-topping the city, ^'ou 

would foel more confidciil Iliat it is Bunker Hill nionuiueiil if your 

party (lid not insist I hat the ohjeet you are gazing at through your 
glasses is one of the tall factory chimneys of l^'ast Boston. 

As you sail along what is called the "North Shore," Ijccause it lies 
noli h of the Hub of the Universe, you can S(h^ J^oston Light, Long, 
( ireen and (ira\'es Islantls, the Great and Outer J^rewster atid Fort 
\^'arren. Like all the forts that I have met this one is very disap- 
l)ointing from an external view; it looks very pleasant and harmless, 
and its beautifully terraced lawns make it appear more like a park than 
a grim fortification all in rea(Uness to shell any hostile vessel which pre- 
sumed to come into ow waters. Fortimate it is that Fort Warren is 
beautiful, l)ecause the islands are low, bleak, barren looking places even 
under the !)lue of an August sky. 

Leaving those islands behind us, we stood away north along the 
rugged Massachusetts coast. We passed Lynn, "which stretches out a 
slender arm with nol^by Nahant at the end like a New Zealand war 
clul)/' Longfellow had a sunnner cottage at Nahant, with the sea a-beat- 
ing at his door. Here it was that he wrote "The Bells of Lynn." 
We passed Egg Rock with its light-house; Swampscott, with its gor- 
geous, glittering sunnner homes of the wealthy. We looked at Marble- 
head, recalling the teri'ible I'ide of Ski|){)er L'eson, as told by Whit tier; 
we thought of Hawthorne as we passed the entrance to Salem harbor, 
although we could not see the decaying custom house which his genius 
has made a point of interest. 

The Cape Ann clipped along "with a bone in her mouth" all the 
way. The sea was sjmrkling, the wind was fresh, and there was a good 
sea on. If one were a^"pooi' sailor, '' he sought the cabin, but otherwise 
one was busy enjoying the sea, the aii- and the coast, and trying to keep 
out of the wind and in the sun and on the absurd little camp stools fur- 
nished l)y the st(>amship comjmny. 

As we neared Gloucester we passed Magnolia, a wealthy and ex- 
clusive sunnner resort. The site was named long before the advent of 
l)leasure seekers, from the curious fact that in this region, near the sea, 
the magnolia grows in profusion. This beautiful tree grows no farther 



A WESTERN GIRLS DESCRIPTION ix 

north than this latitude, and, we have been told, is found growing natu- 
rally in no other part of Massachusetts. 

Just off the coast of Magnolia lies a black, sinister looking reef, 
with a bell buoy perpetually tolling foi- those the cruel rocks have en- 
ticed to death — -the reef of Norman's Woe. No one can look at it 
without a swelHu'i' of the heart in synij)athy for the In'ave skipper of 
the Hesperus and his little daughter "with eyes as blue as fairy flax." 
Longfellow's poem "The Wreck of the Hesperus" is quickly recalled 
and takes on a vivid interest when the eyes can see the place where 
the tragedy was enacted: 

And fast througli tlie midnight dark and drear, 

Tlirough tlie whistling sleet and snow, 
Like a slieeted ghost tlie vessel swept 

Tow'rds the Reef of Norman's Woe. 
* * * 

She struck where the white and fleecy waves 

Looked soft as carded wool. 
But tlie cruel rocks, they gored her side 

Like the horns of an angry bull. 

You can smell Gloucester before you are fairly disembarked. The 
familiar odor of salt codfish is in the air, but in greater bidk and in- 
tensity than you ever dreamed that it could be. As you go up the 
steep narrow street that leads from the wharf you pass the drying 
flakes, and here it is that the fish are being cured for market. The 
flakes are long frames about four feet wide, upon which the split fish 
are laid; the frames are covered with white cloths and the fish, under 
the coverings, are cured by the heat and light of the sun. There was 
nothing in the least unpleasant about the fish, unless you object to 
the smell, for the frames were clean and the cloths dazzling white. 

Hut the fish were not the only tokens that you were in a town 
the inhabitants of which "go dow^i to the sea in ships;'' this narrow 
crooked little street which you climbed is lined with dusty, smelly 
shops in which all sorts of fishermen's gear are displayed for sale. 
There are fishing lines of all sizes, from twine to small ropes; hooks in 
a like range of sizes; knives and implements for splitting and cleaning 
fish, oilskins from the souwester to the hip boots; many kinds of ship 
instruments, compasses and quadrants, and dozens of articles that you 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



lu'xcr saw before^ and of which you do not know even the names. One 
could have Hngered half a day looking into the windows of these shops 
making new discoveries every moment of things he had heretofore 
met only in hooks. But no; there was no time, this was strictly a 
])leasure excursion in which you must hurry ev(>ry moment or you would 
miss the l)oat, to say nothing of the shore dinner. 

Vou must take a trolley car and ride out to Long Beach, where the 
bluest water in the world dashes into tlie whitest foam on the jagged 
rocks. The dinner is served in a roomy pavilion, within sight and 
sound of the sea, with the wonderful salt sea air inciting you to breathe 
twice as fast and deep. The shore dinner is an institution as rooted 
in the heart of the New Englander as is the baked bean; one is for Satur- 
day night; the other for sunnner excursions. Perhaps there are poor 
cooks in New England, but the writer never met one, and a shore 
dinner is a thing to be eaten, enjoyed and remembered. First, you are 
seated at a pretty, homey looking table, with clean linen and decent 
china and silver; the salads, pickles, relishes and fruit are on the 
table. An intelligent, well-mannered waitress, who is doubtless a school 
teacher or a college student during the winter, takes your order. You 
get, in a regular shore dinner, a fish chowder or a clam chowder, 
steamed clams and fried clams and fried lobster, with potato chips — 
the most perfect made — and fried mackerel and baked blue fish, all just 
exciuisitely cooked, and fresh and sweet as fish can b(\ 

Then if your capacity permits, you can have i)ie — delicious New 
England pie — and cofTee or tea. So you see that a shore dinner has 
deservedly gained its popularity. 

After dinner the voyagers had to take the first trolley back and 
hurry for the boat. There was no time to wander over this quaint old 
fishing town and look at the sail boats coming and going; no time to 
scrape acciuaintance with fishermen who looked as if they could be 
beguiled into spinning a yarn for you; no time to go out to Rockport 
where the great Atlantic S(iuadron was having daily mananivres; no 
time to go to Magnolia, and choose a site for your sunmier home 
when your ship should come in. 

As we regretfully sailed out of the harbor we were forced to admit 



A WESTERN GIRL S DESCRIPTION xi 

that the city of our dreams — as is so often the case in life — was more 
alhiring than the city of reahty.' 

If we had been in Gloucester that spring day the great fleet set sail 
for the Grand Banks, with stout hearts and high hopes for the rich catch, 
which means a rude living and scant comfort for these fishing folk; or 
if we could be in Gloucester that sadder autunm day when the fleet 
comes home, some of the boats with a meagre catch and many of them 
with flag flying at half-mast, a signal sending terror and dread expec- 
tation to the hearts waiting on the wharves for who can be sure the 
lost one is not husband, son, father, brother, lover, — if we had been in 
Gloucester either of these days, then would we have seen the real thril- 
ling life of the people. But to see Gloucester on a day in August to the 
most idealizing eyes, it looks only like a sleepy, smelly fishing port. 

And far more interesting than any sail we saw that day were the 
boats, that in a heavy gale used to beat into Gloucester harbor in the 
tales the father told in the twilight of the Sabbath nights long ago. 

Louise Moulton Griffin. 



List of Illustrations. 



Pac;e 



Senator A. J. Beveridge (D. W. Rockwell house) 

Mrs. C/ias. S. Tiickerman _______ xviii 

Grounds and House of the Nahant Club ----- 2 

Chos. H. Gibson. "Forty Steps" - - - - - - 10 

Club House, Corintliian Yacht Club - - - - - 1.1 

The Russian Embassy ----.--_ 14 

R. L. Agassiz, "Home Wood'' ------- is 

Club House, Eastern Yacht Club ------ 19 

Myopia Hunt Club --------- 22 

.1/. B. Mason ---_--___ 26 

English Embassy --------- 34 

John R. McGinley (Oliver W. Mink) ----- 42 

Frederick Ayer _-_--____ 45 

Walter J. Mitchell ---..___ 50 

N. W. Rice ---------- 54 

Edward L. Wood, "Elwood" --_-__ 55 

Dr. H. F. Sears --------- 62 

Hotel Preston _--.---__ qq 

Philip Stockton --_---___ 70 

Chas H. Bond ----_--__ 74 

Tyler Morse (Slater Residence) -____- 75 

Suntaug Lake Inn --------- 82 

Gw?/ Norman ---------- 86 

William A. Paine - - - - -- - -- 90 

Oliver Ames ---------- 94 

John Shepard --------- 98 

Irving S. Palmer --------- io2 

A. C Lawrence --------- 106 

Mrs. Henry L. Footers Rose Garden - - - - - 110 

Andrew Carnegie, 27id, "Seawald" - - - - - - 114 

Mrs. James H. Beat --------122 

Chas. S. Eaton --------- 126 

Andrew W. Preston -------- 130 

Old New England Homestead ------- 134 

The Russian Embassy - - - - - - - - 138 

The Italian Embassy (J. R. Coolidge, Jr.) ~ - - . 142 



ILLUSTRATIONS xiii 



Arthur F. Estahrook -------- 140 

Slattery Branch Store --------150 

Gorham Davis Stable - - - - - - - - 154 

International Trust Co. -------- 158 

Mrs. L. F. Ayer, "Idlenook" ------- 166 

Herbert L. Bowden, "Sky High" 170 

C. F. Farnsworth --------- 174: 

Walter W. Johnson -------- 178 

Beverly National Bank -------- 182 

Fred McQuesten, "Questenmere" - - - - - - 186 

\Vm. Endicott, Jr. --------- 190 

Louis A. Wyman - - - - - - - - - 104 

Miss Woodbury s School for Girls - -- - - - 198 

Dudley L. Fickrnan, -------- 202 

Chas. Head, ---------- 20(i 

Hartweirs Gift Shop, - - - - - - - - 214 

Edivard B. Sargent, - - - - - - - - 218 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 




ALONG THE NORTH SHORE. 




Town and Name of House. 


Proprietor or Manager. 




Rate per day. 


Rate per week. 


Xahant. 










Hotel Tudor .... 


W. Catto 


1.50 


' S3.00 and up. 


$15.00 and up. 


Tlif I{ocklei1ge 


L. E. Parent 


40 


2.50 to 3.00 


10.00 to 15.00 


l!a-^ I'dint House . 


A. G. Fuller 








Hfl.iy Hou.^e .... 










Triniouutain .... 










liav Siile Inn .... 


Walter H. Soutbwick 






10.00 to 15.00 


Kdgehill 










.Iijhnson Homestead 


Miss M. E- Rourke . . . . 






10.00 to 15.00 


Whitney Homestead 


Mrs. Harriet E. Teal 






10.00 to 16.00 


SWAIIPSCOTT. 










Lincoln House . . . • 


R. B. Wardwell . . . . 


200 


4.00 and up. 


21.00 and up. 


New Ocean House . 


Ainslee & Griibow . . . . 


350 


4..50 and up. 


2.5.00 and up. 


1 leston House .... 










Little Anawau .... 


Clias. .Mason 






20.00 to 25.0(1 


Mrs. Pickerinft 










Mrs. A. W. Larkin . 


Mrs. A. W. Larkin 






10.00 to 15.00 


Mrs .James A. \\illev 


James A. Willey . . . . 






15.00 to 20.00 


The Cliff ...".. 










Beach Bluff. 










Hotel Preston .... 


H. W. Priest 


.soo 


4.00 and up. 
2.50 to 3.50 


21.00 and up. 


The Bellevue Hotel . 


L. M. Stevens 


80 


14.00 to 40.00 


The Elms 


Fred T. Organ . . . . 


75 


2.50 


10.00 to 20.00 


Makblehead. 










Cove Cottages .... 


G. H. Brackett . . . . 


50 


3.00 


15.00 to 20.00 


The New Fountain Inn . 


Ileinrich I'nverhan 


200 


3.00 and up. 


12.50 and up. 


Rock. Mere Inn .... 


(;. H. Brackett . . . . 


400 


4.00 and up. 


20.00 and up. 


High Cliff, Clifton . 








Crowninshield, Clifton . 


1. K. Fobs & Co 






14.00 to 20.00 


Clifton House, Clifton . 










Devereux Mansion, Devereux 


Mary E. Roberts . . . . 








Boylston and Cottages, / 
Marblehead Neck . . \ 


M. P. Dunlap & Son 


150 


2..50 to 4.00 


12.00 to 35.00 


Oceanside, Marblehead Xeck 


A. H. .V: E. Lane . . . . 


75 


4.00 


14.00 to 25.00 


The Nanepashemet, Marble- i 
head Xeck . . . S 


R. G. Brown 


1.50 


3.00 to 4.00 


15.00 to 25.00 


Atlantic House, Marble- / 










head Neck . . . i 










Beverly. 










Beverly Farms House, Bev- / 
erly Farms . . . S 


Lawrence Diggins .... 








Manchester. 










Brownland Cottages 


M. B. Gilman 


60 


3.00 and ud. 


21.00 and up. 


Manchester House . 


M. J. Callahan .... 


40 


2.00 and up. 


Special. 


Masconomo .... 


R. Hamilton 


200 


4.00 and up. 


Special. 


Stanley Cottage 


Mrs. E. P. Stanley .... 




2.,50 


12.00 to 15.00 


Magnolia. 










Oceanside Hotel 


Chas. E. Phenix, mgr. 


500 


4.00 and up. 


21.00 and u)). 


Stanley Cottage 


Mrs. R. Stanley . . . . 


20 


2.00 


12.00 to 20.00 


The Aborn and Cottages 


Mrs. E. A. Carney 


125 


3.50 to 5.00 


16.00 to 40.00 


The Ilesjierus . . .' . 


.1. A. Slierrard . . . . 


250 


3.00 and up. 


17.50 and up. 


The .New Magnolia . 


C. H. Mowrey 


.300 


3.00 and up. 


20.00 and up. 


The Oak tirove House and / 
Cottages . . . . i 


T. H. Hunt 


40 


2.50 


12.0.) to 20.00 


Magnolia Tea House 


Mrs. Ella A. Rolfe, mgr. 








Gloucester. 










Bonnie View Inn 


Mrs. R. R. Quackenbush 




1.50 


8.00 and up. 


The Beachcroft 


Thomas E. Day, prop. 


85 


2.50 to 3.00 


12.00 to 20.00 


The Edgecliff .... 


Lillian T. Day .... 








Pleasant View .... 


Mrs. M. A. Gourville 


35 


1.50 


6.00 to H.OO 


Puritan Hotel .... 


F. H. Sawyer 


75 


2.00 to 2.50 


S.OO to 10.00 


The Surfside .... 


Joseph Hyams, prop. 


175 


2.00 to 4.00 


10.00 to 25.00 


l)eliihine, E. (iloucester 


Simpson Lyle .... 


125 


2 50 to 3.00 


12.00 to 17.50 


Kairview Cottage, East j 
Gloucester . . . I 


Miss G. A. Renton .... 


75 


2.00 


10.00 to 15.00 


Hawthorne Inn, E.Gloucester 


G. O. Stacy 


.375 


3.00 


14.00 to 20.00 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES 



XV 



Tlie Harbor View, East ( 
(iloufe.-ter . . . ( 
The New Rockaway, East / 
(Gloucester . . . \ 
Brymere, Aniiisf|uain 
Grand View, Aniii8i)uam 
The Overlook, Aniiisiiuam 
Idlewild, Annis(|uan) 
Hotel Thorwald, Bass Rocks 
Tlie Moorland, Bass Bocks . 

ROCKPORT. 

Straitsmouth Inn 

The Ocean View 

The Glenacre 

Turk's Head Inn 

The Granite Shore . 

The New Oakdene, Pigeon / 
Cove . . . . i 

The Ocean View, Pigeon Cove 

The Breakers, Pigeon Cove 
Hamilton. 

Lake Ci'oft Inn . 
Ipswich. 

Agawani .... 



W. F. Osborne . 

W. A. Publicover . 

Miss S. C. Stetson . 
.1. L. Publicover 
D. W. Sylvester 
Mrs. B. H. Huff 
L. A. Jackman, Prop. 
Stacy & Parsons 

Mrs. E. S. \\'ilkinson 

J. F. Swett 
C. B. Martin 

Mrs. J. J. Dean, Prop. 

H. W. Dunklee, Prop. 
Mrs. C. T. Hale 

John C. Rauch 

W. W. Davis . 





1.50 


2.00 and up. 


11.00 to 15.011 




225 


.2.50 to 3.00 


12.00 and up. 




60 
120 
126 


2.50 to 3.50 

2.50 
2.00 to 3.00 


12.00 to 18.00 
12.00 to 18.00 
10.00 to 20.00 




225 
300 


3.00 to 6.00 
3.00 and up. 


15.00 to 30.00 
15.00 and up. 




75 
125 
30 
160 


3.50 to 6.00 

2.50 to 3.50 

2.50 

2.00 to 5.00 


20.00 to 40.00 
12.00 to 20.00 
10.50 to 15.00 
15.00 to 30.00 




125 
25 


2.50 to 3.50 
2.00 to 4.00 


12.00 to 2.1.00 




MAP 



THE NORTH SHORE 



Houses on the WoLter Front. 

The following is a list of the houses that can be seen from the water, 
between Beverly Cove and Magnolia, which is the heart of the ''North 
Shore" region: 



J. L, Paine. 

Louis Leviseur T. (owner Hezekiah 

Woodbury 
N. F. Greeley 

Miss H. M. Magee (owner Mrs. Mar- 
tha M. Magee) 
Dr. John M. Masurv. 
A. C. Ratshesky 

A. Shuman, middle of the Cove. 
Large green stable is R. D. P^van's. 
Mrs. Francis H. Peabody (owner 

Frank E. Peabodv) 
Robert D. Evans, end of Woodbury's 

point (right of cove.) 
Costello Converse (owner Robert D. 

Evans) 
W. D. Sohier 
N. W. Rice in the cove. 
A. A. Lawrence "Wadsworth Cottage" 

in the cove 
A. A. Lawrence, next to lighthouse 
.\lexander Steinert 
Wni. Endicott, Jr., low house, lawn 

to water's e Ige 
S. P. Mandell (est. Jos. W. Lefavor) 

low dark house, lnwn 
F. L Amory (owner Dudley L. Pick- 

iTian) lawn to wate-'s edge 
Dvidley L. Picknian, white, lawn to 

water's edge 
Henry F. Sears, da'k, higher up, lawn. 
Bryce J.Allan, red roof, see picture of 

house on page 20. 
Geo. S. Mandell, red roof, in plain 

sight 
Rev. J. P. Franks (owner Joseph Ober 

est.) 
Wm. A. Slater, white, two big trees 
Guy Norman, dark, Italian gar len 
Dr. Morton Prince (Miss F. P. Mason) 

small square house 
Mrs. John B. Silsbee, dark, on point 
Dr. Franklin Dexter, stone .lOuse 
Mrs. Thos. Proctor, Mrs. Mandell's 

mother 
C. A. Pierce (owner Mrs. Nicholas 

Longworth) d:\rk, clos; to rocks 
Miss King, Mingo Beach, b;icls A 

from shore I 2 

Mrs. Cabot (owner R. Saltonstall) I 5' 
M. .Allison Taylor (owner Mrs I <§ 

Jack (Gardner) above big wall > 

of St me 1 B 

C. Howard Clark (owner Mrs. I g 

Jack' Gardner) above big wall I g, 

of sto:ie / 

Robert Saltonstall, on point, big ven- 
tilator on top 
H. M. Sears, green house 
Wm. Endicott, back of lanling 
F. J. Cotting, yellow, white trimmings 
Oliver Ames, hirge, cream, conspicuous 
Alexander Cochrane, dark, on point. 
Mrs. P. T. Jackson est. 
Quincy A. Shaw, Jr. 
H. C. Frick, large, long, rad roof, see 

picture of house on page 56. 



Vacant space, no residences. 

Kat lerine P. Loring, yellow, covered 
vines 

Frederick Ayer, concrete, red roof, 
plain sight 

H. P. King, stone turret, hi.^.i 

W. S. & J. T. Spaulding, stone, high 

Eben Richards (owner Henry C. Pierce 
liw, behind traes 

Henry C. Pierce, yellow, red roof 

Amory Hodges (owner F. L. Higgin- 
son) square, white 

Chas. K. Cviminings 

Mrs. Edwin C. Swift, very large, i>ret- 
t.v hath hous3 

W. H. Moore, large, p-etty bathhouse 

Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Pierpont (owner 
F. Haven est.) 

Robt. S. Rantoul 

Neal Rantoul 

Frank B. Bemis 

Miss E. W. Perkins 

J. Fred Brown (owner Geo. Lee) 

J. Preston est. 

Chas. H. Tweed (owner H. Lee est) 

Vacant space, no houses. 

Mrs. S. T, Morse 

R. C. Hooper 

Chubbs Point 

T. Dennie Boardman 

Miss E. D. Boardman 

T. K. Lothrop (owner B. G. Board- 
man est.) 

Mrs. Everett Lester Leiand 

Mrs. Edward Everett, on point 

West Manchester railroad station. 

Gerald Wvman. 

C. E. Cotting 

Eben D. Jordan 

F. W. Fabyan (owner W. C. Cabot est) 

Gordan Abbott, on Bartols Point, 
near the entrance to Manchester 
harbor 

Edward S. Grew 

Manchester Yacht Club House, left of 
entrance. 

John H. Storer (Katherine P. Loring) 
on Proctors Point, right of en- 
trance to Manchester harbor) 

Gen.Wm. F. Dra \ 
per (owner! 
Mrs. Bradbury) f Along inward curve 

/-> D nn,.*„ ■ of the shore between 

Geo. R. White 1^3,,, i,i^„,jg ^„j jhe 

George Putnam ( entrance to Manches- 
Mrs. J. L. Bremer I ter Harbor. 
F. M. Stan wood I 
A. I. Croll J 

S. Parker Bremer, on Gales Point, 
opp. Ram Islands 

F. C. Stevens 

G. Middelton Morgan 

Mrs, Geo. D. Howe on Smith's Point 

Miss Diana Rockwell 

C. B. Tavlor 

Geo. N. Black 

Richard Stone, in Lobster cove. 

J. W. Merrill est., in Lobster cove 



B. A. Beal ^owner W. L. Putnam) in 

Lobster cove 
Geo. E. Cabot (owner A. Hemenway 

est.) right of Lobster cove. 
Mrs. C. P. Hemenway (A. Hemenway 

est.) 
Pickards Point 
Ballurach Cove. 

Walter S. Kemeys (owner A. Hemen- 
way est.) 
Singing Beach, Manchester. 

\ 
Mrs. Russell Sturgiss 
R.T.Crane, Jr.(Mrs.W. Scott Fitz) 
Alexander S. Porter, Jr. 
Oliver W. Mink,rear of E. S. Wood 
Edward L. Wood 
Edward S.Moore (owner Dr. Thos. 

N. Roach) 
Lucius J. Knowles (owner Har- 
riet Fellner) 
Masconomo House 
Edward King (owner John C. Dodge 

est.) back fro-n shore 
Henry S. Grew, back from shore 
Mary C. D. Wigglesworth, back from 

shore 
F. S. Winston (owner Mrs. S. H. Bui 

lard) right on edge of shore 
Eagle Head 
Mrs. James McMillan 
Harrison K. Kaner 
Gardner M. Lane 
Graves Beach 
Richard H. Dana 

Charles Head, opposite Graves Island 
Mrs. John H. Sturgiss 
The Misses Curcis (owner Mrs. G. 

Curtis) 
Mrs. Greeley S. Curtis 
Chas. Hopkinson, right on shore edge. 
Francis Whitehouse 
White Beach 

The Misses Curtis, on the point 
Kettle Cove, Magnolia 
Wnite house Fann 
Mrs. A. G. Fuller (owner J. F 

R bardy 

(owner Mary Sampson) 

Rev. W. H. Dewart 

Dr. Anderson (owner T.J.Coolidge"' | (-j 

T. Jefferson Coolidge 

S. Harrv Fessenden 

Richard S. Russell (owner T. J. Cool 

idge, Jr.) 
T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr. 
Geo. F. Willett 
E. W. Longfellow 
R. T. Paine, 2nd 

J. H. Walker (owner C. S. Houghtoni 
Reginald Foster 
A. F. Southerland 
Magnolia Harbor, Magnolia 
Mrs. John T. Clark 
The two large Hotels are the Nev 

Magnolia and the Oceanside. 



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OFFICERS 


1908 


PHESIDENT 1 


S. DACRE 


BUSH. 


SECRETARY AND TREASURER 


HOUSE committee 


WILLIAM H. SEABURY 


HerbiohtC. Leeds 


Box 5296, Boston, Mass. 




CAPTAIN OF POLO TEAM 


captain of green 


DUDLEY p. ROGERS 


Herbert C. Leeds 


MASTER 


stable committee 


GEORGE S. MANDELL 


S. Dacre Bush, Gerard Bement 


STEWARDS 




R. H. STEVENSON, Jr. PHILIP S. SEARS 


GOLF committee 


N.\THAN MATTHEWS F. WINTHROP 


Herbert C. Leeds James Parker 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 


polo committee 


S. Dacre Bush, Chairman 
Nathan Matthews William H. Seaburt 


Dudley P. Rogers F. Blackwood Fat 


Philip S. Sears George S. M.^ndell 




R. H. Stevenson, Jr. Dudley P. Rogers 


tennis committee 


Frederic Winthrop Herbert C. Leeds 


Robert H. Stevenson, Jr. 


LIST OF MEMBERS 


Agassiz, Maximilian 


Meyer, George v. L. 


Agassiz, Rodolphe L. 


Moore, William H. 


AUan, Bryce J. 


Morse, John T., Jr. 


Ames, Ade'.bert, Jr. 


Moseley, F. S. 


Ames, Oliver 


Motley, E. Preble 


Amoiy, George G. 


Norman, Guy 


Appleton, Francis R. 


Norman, Maxwell 


Appleton, James W. 


Palmer, Bradley W. 


Appleton, Randolph M 


Parker, James 


Ayer, Charles F. 


Parker, Charles T. 


Barton, Charles S. 


Parsons, Theophilus 


Bement, Gerard 


Peabody, George L. 


Blake, George B. 


Perrin, Charles L. 


Blake, J. A. L. 


Phillips, William 


Blanchard, Harold 


Pickman, Dudley L. 


Boardman, Reginald 


Prince, Frederick H. 


Boardman, T. Dennie 


Proctor, James H. 


Bradley, Robert S. 


Proctor, Thomas E. 


Burnham, Henry D. 


Rice, Charles G. 


Burnham, John A. 


Rogers, Dudley P. 


Burnham, William A. 


Rumrill, Chester C. 


Bush, S. Dacre 


Saltonstall, John L. 


Caner, Harrison K. 


Seabury, William H. 


Caswell, John 


Sears, Frederick R., Jr. 


Chapin, Horace D. 


Sears, -Henry F. 


Cochrane, A. Lvnde 


Sears, Herbert M. 


Crosby, S. V. R. 


^ears, Philip S. 


Curtis, John S. 


Shaw, Robert G., 2d 


Denegre, Walter D. 


Shaw, Quincy A., Jr. 


Devens, Arthur Lithgow 


Simpkins, Charles R. 


Dresel, EUis L. 


Simpkins, Nathaniel S. 


Fay, F. Blackwood 


Silsbee, Arthur B. 


Fay, Henry H. 


Spaulding, John T. 


Foster, C. H. W. 


Stevenson, Thomas G. 


Frothingham, Thomas G. 


Stevenson, R. H., Jr. 


Gardner, Augustus P. 


Sturgis, Roger F. 


• Gardner, WUUam A. 


Thayer, Bayard 


Grew, Randolph C. 


Thayer, .John E. 


Haven, Edward B. 


Thomas, Houston A. 


Head, Charles 


Thomas, Washington B. 


Heard, John 


Thorndike, John L. 


Heaton, Robert C. 


Walker, Charles C. 


Henry, Morton J. 


Wheeler, Charles, 


Hooper, William 


Wheelwright, John T. 


Hopkins, Samuel A. 


Whitney, Frederick 


Hutchins, J. Hurd 


Winslow, George S. 


Lambert, William T. 


Winthrop, Frederic 


Leeds, Herbert C. 




Leland, Lester 


HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS 


Longworth, Nicholas 




Mandell, George S. 


Allan, Hugh A. 


Matthews, Nathan 


Seabury, Frank 


McKean, Henry P. 


Warren, George H. 




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TENNIS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 






W. P. Lyman, President 




Thomas Motley, Jr.. Chairman 


A. Blanchard, Treas 


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Charles Boyden A. S. Dabney, Jr. | 


Charles Boyden, Secretary 






'I'noMAs S. Bradlee a. S. 


Dabney. Jr. 






Thomas Motley, Jr. 








LIST OF 


MEMBERS. 


Amory, Mrs. G. W. 






Houghton, F. 0. 


Anderson, Mrs. J. F. 






Inches, George B. 


Bancroft, Charles 






.James, Ellerton 


Baylies, Walter C. 






James, George A. 


Beal, Mrs. James H. 






Johnson, Arthur S. 


Blake, Henry S. 






Johnson, Edward C. 


Blanchard, Archibald 






Johnson, Wolcott H. 


Blanchard, Harold 






Lavalle, Mrs. John 


Blanchard. John A. 






Lawrence, John 


Boyden, Charles 






Lodge, Hon. Henry C. 


Bovden, Mrs. Charles 






Lovering, Charles T. 


Bradlee, Frederick W. 






Lovering, Charles T., Jr. 


Bradlee, Thomas S. 






Lovering, J. S. 


Brown, Franklin Q. 






Lovering, R. S. 


Cary, Miss Ellen G. 






Lyman, W . P. 


Gary, Miss Georgina 






Merriam, Frank I 


Codman, Alfred 






Mifflin, George H. ; 


Coffin, C. A. 






Mifflin, George H., Jr. 


Conant, Mrs. A. Forbes 






Motley, Edward 


Curtis, Mrs. C. P. 






Motley, John L. 


Curtis, E. U. 






Motley, Thomas 


Curtis, Horatio G. 






Motley, Thomas, Jr. 


Curtis, Laurence 






Motley, Warren 


Curtis, I>ouis 






Neely, J. C. 


Curtis, Thomas P. 






Newall, J. M. 


Dabney, Alfred S. 






Otis, Herbert F. 


Dabney, Alfred S., Jr. 






Otis, Mrs. William C. 


Davis, Aaron 






Paine, Charles J. 


Davis, Charles Jr. 






Parker, Francis S. ; 


Duncan, George 






Richardson, Wm. K. 


Dwight, Dr. Thomas 






Sears, Mrs. K. W. 


Ely, P. V. R. 






Seeger, Mrs. Roland 


Fay, Dudley B. 






Sewall, Rufus L. 


Fay, H. H., Jr. 






Sigourney, Henry L. 


Fay, S. P. 

Frothington, Mrs. Edward 






Skinner, Francis 






Sprague, Dr. Francis P. 


Gale, Edwards J. 






Stackpole, Henry 


Giljson, Charles 






Stevenson, Robert H. 


Gibson, Charles H. 






Thomas, Douglas H., Jr. 


Grant, Robert, Jr. 






Thorndike, Charles 


Gray, Russell 






Tuckerman, L. S. 


Guild, flon. Curtis, Jr. 






Turnbull, C. D. 


Guihl, S. Eliot 






Wendell, Prof. Barrett 


Hammond, Mrs. Ciardiner 


G. 




Whitney. Gecjrge 


Hammond, Samuel 






Wilson, William R. | 


Hayden, Charles 






Winslow, Capt. 


Hayes, William 






Winslow, F. 


Hodges, Winthrop T. 




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OFFICERS, igo8 

COMMODOKK 

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VICE COMMODORE 

EDWIN A. BOARDMAN 

SECRETARY 

ARTHUR M. MERRIAM 



REAR COMMODORE 

AUGUSTUS p. LOWING 

TREASURER 

FRANCIS W. FABYAN 



MEMBERS 



Abbott, George W., Cambridge 

Adams, Charles Francis, 2d, Boston 

Ames, Butler, Lowell 

Ames, John S., North Easton 

Amory, Arthur, Beverly Farms 

Anthony, S. Reed, Boston 

Armour, Allison V., New York 

Balsh, Franklin G., Manchester 

Bartlett, Mathew, Manchester 

Bartlett, Nelson S., Jr., Manchester 

Blaisdell, Dr. George W., Manchester 

Boardman, Edwin A., Manchester 

Boardman, Richard DeB., Beverly Farms 

Borland, M. W., Manchester 

Borland, Chauncey B., Chicago, 111. 

Bremer, John L., Boston 

Burgess, W. Starling, Boston 

Caner, Harrison K., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carnegie, Andrew, 2d, Manchester 

Carr, Samuel, Boston 

Chase, P. G., Chicago, 111. 

Clark, Edward A., Magnolia 

Colby, Francis T., Manchester 

Cotting, Charles E., Jr., Manchester 

Covel, Alphonso S., Boston 

Craigie, A. Walpole, New York 

Crosby, S. V. R., Manchester 

Curtis, Charles P., Boston 

Curtis, Charles P., 3rd, Boston 

Denegre, Walter D., New Orleans, La. 

Dexter, Gordon, Boston 

Edwards, Robert J., Boston 

Eliot, Amory, Boston 

Evans, Robert D., Boston 

Fabyan, Francis W., Manchester 

Fenton, David, Manchester 

Fitch, Conover, Manchester 

Fitch, E. C, Manchester 

Fitch, E. C. , Jr., Manchester 

Fitz, Dr. R. H., Manchester 

Foster, Charles H. W., Boston 

Friok, Henry C, Pride's Crossing 

Greely, Norman F., Boston 

Greely, Russell H., Boston 

Greenough, John, East Gloucester 

Grew, Edward S., Manchester 

Grow, Henry S., 2d, Manchester 

Higginson, A. Henry, South Lincoln 

Hodges, Chas. E., Manchester 

Hopkins, Mark, Seymour, Texas 

Jackson, James, Boston 

Jordan, Eben D., Boston 

Jordan, Robert, Boston 

Lane, Gardiner M., Boston 

Leland, Lester, Manchester 

Lee, George, Beverly Farms 



Loring, Augustus P., Jr., Pride's Crossing 

Loring, William Caleb, Boston 

Lothrop, "Thornton K., Jr., Boston 

Luke, Arthur F., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Macomber, Frank G., Jr., Marblehead 

Macdonald, W. V., Boston 

Mansfield, George W., Salem 

Means, James, Boston 

McKee, T. M., Beverly Farms 

Merriam, Arthur M., Manchester 

Merrill, J. Warren, Boston 

Mink, Oliver W., Manchester 

Monks, Lester H., Boston 

Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr., New York 

Morse, Tyler, Beverly 

Munn, Charles A., Manchester 

Needham, Alfred C, Manchester 

Noyes, George E., Lynn 

Paine, Robert Treat, 2d, Brookline 

Pearson, Horace B., Marblehead 

Percival, Lawrence F., Marblehead 

Pierce, Henry Clay, New York 

Porter, Alexander S., Jr., Manchester 

Putnam, George, Manchester 

Putnam, William L., Manchester 

Read, Charles A., Manchester 

Reece, Mrs. Marietta, Manchester 

Reece, John, Manchester 

Robinson, Philips Brooks. Manchester 

Russell, Richard, Manchester 

Sears, Herbert M., Boston 

Shaw, James F., Boston 

Skinner, Francis, Boston 

Spaulding, John T., Pride's Crossing. 

Spaulding, W. S., Pride's Crossing 

Stanley, Edwin P., Manchester 

Stevens, Arthur W., Manchester 

Stevens, Hon. Fred C, Manchester 

Stone, Robert B., Boston 

Stover, John F., Manchester 

Tibbitts, Frederick R., Boston 

Tower, H. W., Manchester 

Towle, George Napier, Boston 

Tucker, R. F., Manchester 

Tweed, Charles H., Beverly Farms 

Walker, Charles Cobb, Manchester 

Walker, William B., Chicago, 111. 

Willmonton, George E., Manchester 

Ward, Charles W., Manchester 

Washburn, Dr. G. H., Manchester 

Webster, Edwin S., Beverly 

Whipple, George N., Manchester 

White, George R., Manchester 

Winthrop, Miss Clara B., Manchester 

Wood; Arthur G., Boston 

Wyman, Gerald, West Manchester 



JUNIOR MEMBERS 



Prince, Gordon C, Beverly Farms 
Read, Norman H., Manchester 



Robbins, Royal E., 2d, Beverly Farms 
Wiggles worth, Richard B., Manchester 



MANCHESTER YACHT CLUB. 



LIFE MEMBERS 



Abbott, Gordon, Manchester 
Anthony, S. Reed 
Bartlett, Nelson S., Manchester 
Bement, Gerard, Beverly Farms 
Bemis, Albert F., Manchester 
Black, George N., Manchester 
Boardman, T. Dennie, Manchester 
Boardman, Reginald, Manchester 
Burnham, John A., Manchester 
Burnham, J. Appleton, Jr., Manchester 
Brerner, S. Parker, Manchester 
Coolidge T., Jefferson, Manchester 
Coolidge, T. Jefferson, Jr., Manchester 
Cotting, C. E., Manchester 
CrolJ, Albert I., Manchester 
Cunningham, Henry W., Manchester 



YACHTS 



America, Butler Ames 

Augusta, Herbert M. Sears 

Avoset, George Wigglesworth 

Bantam, William V. Macdonald 

Barbara, R. T. Paine, 2d 

Bath Run, Robert Jordan 

Blackbird, Royal E. Robbins 

Chewjnk IV, F. G. Macomber, Jr. 

Constellation, Francis Skinner 

Corona, Arthur F. Luke 

Doreen, Laurence W. Morgan 

Doris, S. Reed Anthony 

Edith, S. Parker Bremer 

Ednada, George C. Thomas, Jr. 

Eelin, Gordon Dexter 

Farewell, J. A. Burnham, Jr. 

Freak, Conover Fitch 

Fudge, C. H. W. Foster 

Gee Whiz, L. F. Percival 

Gloriana, Gordon Abbott 

Great Haste, T. K. Lothrop, Jr. 

Helmar, F. C. Stevens 

Isis, W. S. Spaulding and J. T. Spaulding 

Jingo, A. P. Loring, Jr. 

Joker, Herbert M. Sears 

Khalifa, Wm. A. Tucker 

Little Hope, T. K. Lothrop, Jr. 

Lookout, A. H. Higginson, et al 

Manchester, J. L. Bremer 

Manchester II, J. L. Bremer 

Mezythra, P. B. Robinson 

Minnie, Henry Clay Pierce 

Mohican, J. A. Burnham, Jr. 



Everett, Edward, Manchester 
Higginson, Henry L., Manchester 
Holmes, John H., Manchester 
Hooper, Robert C., Manchester 
Kelly, George R., Manchester 
Mason, Mortimer B., Manchester 
Moore, William H., New York 
Pfaff, Charles, Manchester 
Prince, Mrs. Gordon, Manchester 
Rotch, Dr. T. M., Manchester 
Thomas, W. B., Pride's Crossing 
Tucker, William A., Manchester 
Whitehouse, F. Meredyth, Manchester 
Wigglesworth, George, Manchester 
Wigglesworth, Norton, Manchester 



Monaloa, Chauncey B. Borland 
Nohoko, William V. Macdonald 
Phagocyte, .T. Lewis Bremer 
Piccadilly, Charles H. W. Foster 
Portia, A. S. Porter, Jr. 
Princess, Dr. T. M. Roach 
Puffin, II, N. F. Greeley 
Quohog, R. DeB. Boardman 
Rikki Tikki, Royal E. Robbius, 2d 
Runaway Girl, Charles H. Tweed 
Sally VII, Lawrence F. Percival 
Scrapper, A. P. Loring, Jr. 
Senta, T. M. McKee 
Shona, Charles H. Tweed 
Skidoo, H. M. Sears 
Spry, M. B. and R. B. Stone 
Squid, Mathew Bartlett 
Tarpon, Edward S. Grew 
Thetis, S. Reed Anthony 
Torpedo, R. T. Paine, Jr. 
Tunipoo, J. L. Bremer 
Turtle, Arthur Amory 
Urchin, John Greenough 
Utowana, Allison V. Armour 
Velthra, S. Parker Bremer 
V^ireo, George Putnam 
Wasp, Gordon Dexter 
Witch, N. Wigglesworth 
Yacona, H. C. Pierce 
Yankee Maid, Edwin P. Stanley 
Zinganee, W. H. Moore 
Sloop, Reginald Boardman 
Raceabout, William V. Macdonald 
Launch, Conover Fitch 




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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Amohy Eliot, Chairman 
Term expires July, 1910 

Piiii.ip Stockton Georoe F. Wii.i.ett 

Randolph C. Grew 

Term expires July, 1908 
Gi-.oRfiE P. Sanger Henry E. Riisseli. 

Term expires July, 1909 

Amorv Eliot J. Warken Merrill 

Andrew Carnegie, 2i1 



SI cretahy and treasurer 

NELSON S. BARTLETT, JR. 

Address; Manchester, Mass. 

HOUSE committee 

.•\mory Eliot, Chairman 

GROUND.S committee 

George P. Sanger, Chairman 

GOLF committee 

J. Warren Merrill, Chairman 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Abbott, Gordon, Boston 

Allan, Bryce J., Boston 

Ames, General Adelbert, Lowell 

Ames, Oliver, Boston 

Amory, Francis L, Boston 

Anthony, S. Reed, Boston 

A rnol I, E. Inn II i K., Bos o i 

Ayer, Harry L., Boston 

Ayer, Dr. James B., Boston 

Harnar.l, (ieorje E., IpsA-ich 

Bartlett, Nelson S., Boston 

Bell, Dr. Robert E., Lowell 

Bemis, .Albert F., Boston 

Bigelow, Prescott, Boston 

Black, George N., Boston 

Blair, Wat.son F., Chicago, 111. 

Boardman, Mrs. Edwin A., Boston 

Boardman. T. Dennie, Manchester 

Boardman, William .f., Washington, D. C. 

Bodine, Samuel T., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bradle.v, Robert S., Boston 

Bremer, S. Parker, Boston 

Brown, George F., Jr., Boston 

Brown, John B., Chicago, 111. 

Bugher, Fred H., Oakdale 

Burnham, John A., Boston 

Burroughs, George, Boston 

Caner, Harrison K., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carnegie, Andrew, 2d, Fernandina, Fla. 

Carr, Samuel, Boston 

Childs, Harvey, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Clarke, Eliot C, Boston 

Converse, Costello C, Boston 

Cook, Thomas McK., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Coolidge, Flon. T. Jefferson, Boston 

Coolidge, T. Jefferson, Jr., Boston 

Cotting, Charles E., Boston 

Cotting, Francis J., Boston 

Crane, R. T., Jr., ''liicago 

Crocker, George H., J'itchburg 

Croll, Albert Ivins, Boston 

Crosby, S. V. R., Boston 

Cunningham, Henry W., Boston 

Curtis, Mrs. Greely S., Boston 

Dana, Richard H., Boston 

Davis, Horatio, Boston 

Denegre, Walter D., New Orleans, La. 

Dewart, Rev. William H., Boston 

Dexter, George, Boston 

Dexter, Philip, Boston 

Dexter, William S., Boston 

Eaton, Charles S., Boston 

Eddy, Augustus N., Chicago, 111. 



Edwards, Miss Hannah M., Boston 

Eliot, Amory, Boston 

Evans, Robert D., Brookline 

Fabyan, Francis W., Boston 

Fay, F. Blackwood, Boston 

Fessenden, Sewall H., Boston 

Fitch, Ezra C, Boston 

I'itz, Dr. Reginald H., Boston 

Foster, Reginald, Boston 

Frick, Henry C, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Frothingham, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa 

Gannett, Thomas B., Boston 

Greenough, John, New York City 

Grew, Edward S., Boston 

Grew, Randolph C, Boston 

Hall, Harry S., Boston 

Hammond, John Hayes. New York 

Head, Charles, Boston 

Hemenway, Mrs. Charles P., Boston 

Hill, Edward B., Boston 

Holmes, Edward J., Boston 

Hood, George H., Boston 

Hooper, Robert C., Boston 

Hooper, William, Boston 

Houghton, Clement S., Boston 

Hunnewell, Francis W., Boston 

Johnstone, Hugo R., New York Cit.v 

Jones, Charles W., Boston 

Jordan, Eben D., Boston 

Kelley, George R., Boston 

Kennard, Samuel M., St. Louis, Mo. 

Kilpatrick, Claude, St. Louis, Mo. 

King, Edward, New '^'nrk City 

Knowles, Lucius J., Worcester 

Lane, Gardiner M., Boston 

Lee, James S., Boston 

Lefavour, Mrs. Joseph W., Beverly 

Leland, Lester, Boston 

Longworth, Nicholas, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Loring, Thacher, Boston 

Loring, Hon. William C, Boston 

Lothrop, Thornton K., Boston 

Lyman, George H., Boston 

Mason, Mortimer B., Boston 

McGinley, John R., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McKean, Henry Pratt, Philadelphia, Pa 

McKee, H. Sellers, Allegheny City, Pa. 

McKee, Thomas M., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McMillan, Mrs. James, Detroit, Mich. 

McMillan, Philip H.. Detroit, Mich. 

McMillan, Mrs. William, St. Louis, Mo. 

Means, James, Boston 

Merrill, J. Warren, Boston 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Mink, Oliver W., Boston 

Mitchell, Walter J., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Moore, Clarence, Washington, D. C. 

Moore, William H., Chicago, 111. 

Moorhead, John, Jr., .•\llegheny, Pa. 

Morgan, George M., Bo.ston 

Morse, Charles J.. Boston 

Nelson, William R., Kansas City, Mo. 

Paine, Robert Treat, Boston 

Perkins, Erickson, Rochester, N. Y. 

Pfaff, Charles, Boston 

Pickman, Dudley L., Boston 

Pierce, Henry C, St. Louis, Mo. 

Pierce, Clay A., St. Louis, Mo. 

Porter, Alexander S., Jr., Boston 

Prince, Frederick H., Boston 

Putnam, George, Boston 

Putnam, William L., Boston 

Rantoul, Augustus \\'., Boston 

Read, Charles A., Manchester 

Reece, Mrs. John, Boston 

Rice, N. W., Boston 

Richards, Eben, St. Louis, Mo. 

Robbins, Royal, Boston 

Robinson, Edward, Boston 

Russell, Henry E., Boston 

Sanger, George P., Boston 

Sargent, Joseph, Boston 

Sargent, Winthrop, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Schurmeier, Theodore L., St. Paul, Minn. 

Seamans, C. W., New York City 

Sears, Frederick R., Jr., Boston 

Sears, Henry F., Boston 

Sears, Herbert M., Boston 

Shaw, James F., Boston 



Sheffield, Mrs. Charles J., Cleveland, Ohio 

Sias, Charles D.. Boston 

Silshee, Arthur B., Boston 

Simpson, Frank E., Boston 

Smith, Persifor F., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sohier, William I).. Boston 

Slanwood, Francis M., Boston 

Stevens, Arthur W.. Boston 

Stevens, Frederick C, Washington, D. C. 

Stevens, Horace H., Boston 

Stockton, Pnilip, Boston 

Stone, Richard, Boston 

Storer, John H., Boston 

Sturgis, Charles R., Boston 

Thayer, Miss Adele G., Boston 

Thomas, W. B., Boston 

Tucker, William A., Boston 

Tweed, Charles H., New York City 

Tyler, Charles H., Boston 

Tyson, Russell, Boston 

W^alker, Charles C, Chicago, III. 

Walker, William B., Chicago, III. 

Warren, Bentley W., Boston 

Warren, George E., Boston 

Weld, Richard H., Boston 

White, George R., Boston 

Whitehouse, Francis M., Chicago, III. 

Whitney. Ellerton P., Boston 

Whitwell, Frederick S., Boston 

Wick, Myron C, Youngstown, Ohio 

Wigglesworth, Mrs. Edward, Boston 

Willett, George F., Boston 

Wood, Edward L., Boston 

Wood, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Wyman, Gerald, Boston 



LIFE MEMBERS. 



Black, George N. 
Boardman, T. Dennie 
Burnham, John A., 
Caner, Harrison K. 
Coolidge, T. Jefferson 
Coolidge, T. Jefferson, Jr. 
Cotting, Charles E. 
Dexter, Philip 
Frick, Henry C. 



Hooper, Robert C. 
Hooper, William 
Mason, Mortimer B. 
.McKee, Thomas M. 
Mitchell, Walter J. 
Pickman, Dudley L. 
Sears, Henry F. 
Thomas, W. B. 



CORINTHIAN 


YACHT CLUB. 


OFFICERS igo8 


COMMODORE 


HENRY 


A. MORSS 


Schooner 


"Dervish" 


VICE-COMMODORE 


rear-commodore 


HARRY H. WALKER, 


WILLIAM P. WHARTON 


Sloop "Athlon" 


Launch "Avocet" 


SECRETARY 


treasurer 


HERBERT S. GOODWIN 


FRED W. MOORE 


MEASURER 


fleet captain 


SAMUEL H. BROWN. JR 


HENRY A. HILDRETH 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 


membership committee 


Henry A. MoRss Harry H. Walker 


Henry A. Morss Wm. P. Wharton 


Fred W. Moore, William L. Carlton Herbert S. Goodwin, PercivalW. Pope 1 


William H. Joyce, Wm. D. T. Treery 


George P. Hodgdon, Merrill Hunt 


Philip N. Wadleigh 


Harold K. Wead 


REGATTA COMMITTEE 


HOUSE COMMITTEE 


William L. Carlton, Chair. 


William H. Joyce, Chair. 


Lawrence F. Percival, Sec. 


Harry H. Walker 


Frank G. Macombeh, Jr. 


Henry A. Morss 


George Upton 


Lowell C. Richardson 


Benjamin C. Tower 


Charles W. Jaynes 


LIST OF MEMBERS. 


Adams, Charles E., Brookline 


Bowen, Stephen, Boston 


Adams, Charles F., 2d, Concord 


Braman, Samuel N., Philadelphia, Pa. 


Albree, Edward C, Swampscott 


Bray, Mellen N., Boston 


Alden, John G., Boston 


Brodhead, George H.. Rochester, N. Y. 


Aldrich, Addison L., Boston 


Brophy, James, Dorchester 


Aldrich, Albert C, Somerville 


Broughton, William G., Maiden 


Aldrich, Charles E., Jr., Roxbury 


Brown, Arthur H., Reading 


Andrews, D. A., Boston 


Brown, George A., Salem 


Anthony, Nathan, Boston 


Brown, Samuel H., Jr., Marblehead 


Ayres, Frank C, Newton Centre 


Browne, Alex. S., Brookline 


Bacon, William H., West Newton 


Burgess, Hollis, Boston 


Barker, William E., Maiden 


Burgess, William Starling, Marblehead 


Barker, William G., Salem 


Burnham, John A., Jr., Boston 


Barrett, Edward P., Peabody 


Burnham, William Addison, Irvington, N. Y. 


Barrett, Harry V., Brookline 


Burrage, Albert C, Boston 


Barnard, Wni. Lambert, Hineham 


Came, Francis L., Boston 


Bartlett, Arthur, Marblehead 


Carleton, Albert G., Haverhill 


Bassett, William, Brookline 


Carlton, William L., Dorchester 


Batchelder, George L., Medford 


Carroll, Albert E., Pasadena, Cal. 


Battles, Joseph, Lawrence 


Carroll, Edward A., Boston 


Bauer, Oscar S., Boston 


Carter, Charles H., Boston 


Bayley, James C, Boston 


Case, Moses S., Marblehead 


Beebe, Theodore C., Jr., Boston 


Casson, Robert, Newton 


Beardsell, George R., Lynn 


Chapin, G. Edwin, Maiden 


Bent, Luther S., Philadelphia, Pa. 


Chapin, Howard G., Winchester 


Bent, Stedman, Overbrook, Pa. 


Chapman, Frank R., Swampscott 


Bentley, Frank A., Medford 


Chase, Alfred E., Lynn 


Bessom, H. Clinton, Marblehead 


Cheever, Murray, Roxbury 


Beyer, Henry G., Boston 


Cheney, Benjamin P., Boston 


Binney, Arthur, Brookline 


Cheney. Charles W., Brookline 


Blake, Charles E., Lynn 


Clapp, B. P. C, Dorchester 


Blake, William H., Brookline 


Clapp, Eugene H., Boston 


Blanchard, Herbert K., Brookline 


Clapp, Samuel W., Lynn 


Blanchard, Herbert W., Concord 


Clark, C. H., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 


Blodgett, John H., Brookline 


Clark, Frank E., Lexington 


Boles, George D., Marblehead 


Clark, F. Lewis, New York 


Booth. E. S., Boston 


Cleghorn, Frank S., Boston 


Boutell, Arnold. Saginaw, Mich. 


Clement, Erskine, Newbury 


Bowden, Frederick P., Melrose 


Cobb, Elisha W., Boston 


Bowden, Herbert L., Waltham 


Cobb, William, Boston 


Bowden. William E., Marblehead 


Coffin, Harry R., Brookline 


Bowditch, Arthur H., Brookline 

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Cole, Benjamin, Jr., Marblehead 




Chas. H. Gibson's residence '• Forty Steps," at Xaliant. 




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YacKt Yard 



Off Beacon Street 

Tel. Connection, 122-4 



cMarblehead, cMass. 



T^ESIGNER and builder of Launches, Sail Boats, Yacht Tenders 
^^ and Row Boats. Estimates on all work furnished on applica- 
tion. Two marine railways for hauling. Winter storage of boats 
under cover or outside. Repair work neatly done. Gasolene, oil 
and other supplies for sale. 

JUST GIVE US A TRIAL 



CORINTHIAN YACHT CLUB 



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Cole, Charles W., Boston 
Cole, Hichard T., Marblchead 
Cole, Samuel FL, Marljlehead 
Conway, Charles H., Lynn 
("olfhin, Harrv, Peabody 
Cottroll, L. W., Boston 
Crocker, I'anl. Boston 
Cropley, .J. M., Boston 
Cross, John H., Hamilton 
Crosby. John D., Boston 
Crowninshielfl, Fian^ B., Marblehead 
Currier, Benjamin W., Lynn 
Currier, W. M., Lyni' 
Curtis. Charles P., Boston 
Curtis, Francis G., Boston 
Curtis, Harley B., Boston 
Cutler, Harold G., Roxbury 
Daggett, Frederick K., Brookline 
Daily, Peter, Boston 
Dame, Warren S., Weston 



Estes, Philip S., Brookline 
Kustis, J. Tracy, Brookline 
Fabyan, Francis W., Boston 
Fairfield, James, Salem 
Falvey, Charles A., Boston 
F.'irlow, J. S., Boston 
Farrell, W. G., Boston 
Faunce, George P., Lynn 
Faxon, Henry M., Quincy 
Felton, James P., Lynn 
Field, P. A., Boston 
Fish, Pierce L., Brookline 
Fisher, Alfred D., Lynn 
Fleming, William H., Boston 
Flood, Frederick A., Brookline 
Forsyth. James B., Boston 
Foss, Charles W., Jamaica Plain 
Foster, C. H. W., Brookline 
Foster, Herbert I., Brookline 
Fie^eiickf, Bpnj. AV , Newton 




Chib House of the Corinthian Yacht Club 



Damon, Robin, Salem 
Davenport, Charles L., Maiden 
Davis, Charles Henry, New York 
De,=, Thomas S., Brookline 
Dempsey, George C., Lowell 
D.^vlin, Edwar 1, Boston 
Dickinson, E. Harina. Gloucester 
Doane, Ernest S., Marblehead 
Doane, Lewis, »Marbleheid 
Dole, Augustus L., Brookline 
Douglass, Alfred, New York 
Dow, Stephen R.. Brooklin- 
Downs, Franklin H., Lynn 
Dukelow, Charles T., Brookline 
Dunham, Eldward K., .S«al Harbor, 
Dunlop, .John W., Maiden 
Dunne, Frank L., Boston 
Dyer, Arthur H., Boston 
Dyer, E Iwin H.. K^n lall Gien 
Dyer, Frank W., Boston 
Eaton, Charles L., Maiden 
Eaton, Charles S.. Boston 
Edwards, J. Howard, Brookline 
F^ldridgp, Stanley H., Shaion 
I^Uard, J. William, Lynn 
Emerson, Fred M., Brookline 
Estabrook, Arthur F.. Boston 
Estabrook, Frederick. Brookline 
Estabrook, Willard W.. Brookline 
Estes, Dana, Jr., Brookline 



Gage, Frank H., Swampscott 
Gibson, Charles E., West Newton 
Gibson, George A., Boston 
Gillett, S. Lewis, Boston 
Glines, Edward, Somerville 
Go Idar.l, Edward S., Boston 
Goddard, Frank C, Woburn 
Godfrey, Arthur W., Boston 
Godfrey, Lester N., Boston 
Goodrich, Hazen B., Haverhill 
Goodwin, Herbert S.. Marblehead 
Goodwin, Joseph G., Marblehead 
Goodwin, William, Marblehead 
Graves, James C, Marblehead 
Me. Gray, Morris, Jr., Boston 

Gray, William, Amesbury. 
Graydon, Bruce. Cincinnati. O. 
Greenwood, Arthur M., Marblehead 
Gregory, Fayette, Marblehead 
Gregory, William C, Marblehead 
Grew, Edward S., Boston 
Grover, B. E., Lynn 
Grover, Lyndon V.. Lynn 
Gunnison, Frederick A., Boston 
Haley. Fred M., Lynn 
Hall. Herbert J.. Marblehead 
Hallett, Daniel B., Boston 
Hamson, Thomas D., Marblehead 
Harlow, Albert F., Cambridge 
Harlow. Albert M., Cambridge 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG 


THE NORTH SHORE 




Harris, William P., Boston 


l.oriiig, Augustus P., Boston 




Hartwell, .Swan, Hostoii 


I.iirinjr, Caleb, Beverly 




Harvey, Winthrop A., Hrookline 


Lolhian, T. B., Boston 




HastjnKs, Charles H., J.ynn 


Ldthrop, Thornton K., Jr., Boston 




Ifastings, Henry, Boston 


Lund, Cliarles (!., Wobuni 




Hatliaway, Ciardner R., Marblehead 


Lunt, Charles H., Boston 




Hathaway, Josiah S., Boston 


Lyman, C. Frederic, Dover 




Hayes, Harry F., Lynn 


Macauley, George W., Mattapan 




Hazen, James W., Boston 


Macdonald, Eliot L., Peabody 




Heath, Nathaniel, Boston 


Macdonald, W. V., Cambridge 




Hendrie, Ernest, Atlantic 


Mackinnon, Allen P., Boston 




Herter, Christian A., New York 


Macmahon, Charles C., Brookline 




Hildreth, Henry A., Boston 


Macomber, Charles H., Framingham 




Hill, George S., Marblehead 


Macomber, Frank Gair, Boston 




Hiller, Fred L., Swampscott 


Macomber, Frank Gair, Jr., Boston 




Hoagland, Ralph P., Winchester 


MacPherson, Henry S., Boston 




Hobbs, Samuel, West Newton 


Mailey, Charles E., Lynn 




Hobbs, William J., Maiden 


Mansfield, George W., Salem 




Hodgdon, George P., Brookline 


Mansfield, William B., Salem 




Hodgkins, J. W., Boston 


Mayo, George H., Boston 




Hoe, Richard M., New York 


Maj'o, William F., Boston 




Holden, Joshua B., Boston 


Mayo, William H., Boston 




Hollander, Louis P., Boston 


McLachlan, A., .\llston 




Hollander, Theodore C, Wenham, 


McQuesten, Frank B., Marblehead 




Hood. Clarence O., Beverly 


McQuesten, Fred, Brookline 




Hooke, Charles H., Boston 


McQuesten, George E., Brookline 




Hopewell, Frank B., Newton 


McWilliams, Edward, Dwight. 111. 




Houston, Ernest, Boston 


Merrill, Charles H., Eveter, N. H. 




Humphrey, Herbert, Marblehead 


Merrill, Charles W., Salem 




Humphrey, Leonard G., Marblehead 


Messer, Clinton F., Peabody 




Hunt, Merrill, Boston 


Miller, Burton R., Boston 




Hunter. George L., Roxbury 


Millett, Henry C. Marblehead 




Hurlburt Henry F., Boston 


Moore, Fred W., Cambridge 




Hutchins, Ferdinand, Boston 


Morrill, Charles B., Boston 




Hutchinson, Samuel P., Lynn 


Morse, Howard E., Newton Highlands 




Hutchison, Richard, Brookline 


Morse, Justin N., Brookline 




Hyatt, Clark C, New York 


Morss, Henry A., Boston 




Ide, P'rancis L., Brookline 


Moot, Seward A., Buffalo, N. Y. 




Irving, A. D., Irvington, N. Y. 


Muller, William A., Arlington 




Irving, Louis duPont, Irvington, N. Y. 


Mullin, Jack C, Salem 




James, George B., Roxbury 


Munroe, Albert M., Marblehead 




Jaynes, Charles W., Brookline 


Munroe, Frank P.. Marblehead 




Jennings, John A., Boston 


Nash, N. C, Cambridge 




Jewett, George R., Salem 


Nash, N. C, Jr., Cambridge 




Jewett, Holton B., Salem 


Neal, Frederick A.. Boston 




Johnson, Charles Henrv, Boston 


Nichols, William S., Salem 




Johnson, Charles H., Boston 


Norris, Frederick A., Boston 




Johnson, Edward P., Lynn 


Northey, Edward A., Boston 




Johnson, Francis H., Nahant 


Northey, H. W., Boston 




Johnston, James C, New York 


Northey. William E., Salem 




Jones, Allen C, Boston 


O'Hara, Daniel, Walthara 




Jones, Edward W., Salem 


Olmsted, Frederick L., Jr.. Boston 




Joyce, William H., Baltimore Md. 


Page, Francis E., Brookline 




Keith, A. Paul, Brookline 


Paine, Charles H., Boston 




Keith, B. F., Brookline 


Paine, C. J., Boston 




Keith, William W., Newtonville 


Paine. Everett, Marblehead 




Kelly. Walter. Dorchester 


Paine, John B., Weston 




Kenny, Charles. Boston 


Paine, John D., Marblehead 




Kidder, Arthur A., Boston 


Paine, Robert Treat. 2d, Brookline 




Kimball. Charles H., Ame-burv 


Paine. Thomas T., Marblehead 




King, T. W., Dorchester 


Paine. Thomas W., Marblehead 




Knowles, John A., Cohasset 


Paine, W^illiam A., Boston 




Knowles, Thomas C. New Bedford 


Palmer, Irving S., Winchester 




Lancy. John, Jr., Marblehead 


Palmer, J. Benjamin, Peabody 




Lanning, Charles D.. Boston 


Parker, Charles S., Boston 




Lanning, James K.. Boston 


Parker, Francis A., Jr.. Marblehead 




Latimer, Horace A.. Boston 


Parker, Herman, Boston 




Lawson, Arnold, Boston 


Pazolt, Alfred J., St. Ives, Eng. 




Lee, George, Brookline 


Peabody. Frank E.. Boston 




Learned, Francis M., Boston 


Pearl. George E., Haverhill 




Leonard. Barton. Brookline 


Pearson. Horace B., Boston 




Lewis, Samuel W., Brookline 


Percival, David C, Boston 




Lincoln, Samuel A., Boston 


Percival, David C. Jr.. Boston 




Little, Alexander E., Lynn 


Percival, Lawrence F.. Boston 




Locke, Albert N., Salem 


Perkins, C. Brooks, Brookline 




Lodge, H. Ellerton, Boston 


Peterson, Joseph N.. Salem 




Longley, Charles E., Pawtucket, R. I. 


Phillips, Leonard H., Swampscott 




Longley, Edmund W., Salem 





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Phillips, Lewis L., Salem 
Phillips, William L., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Phinney, Wallace B., Lynn 
Pickering, Frank P., Salem 
Pierce, T. W., Salem 
Pillsbury, Perley P., Lynn 
Pitcher, William L., Easthampton 
Poole, Edmund A., Brookline 
Pope, Percival W., Milton 
Porter, Joseph G., Peabody 
Poulson, Harper W., Brookline 
Prichard, Charles F., Lynn 
Prince, Morton, Boston 
Proctor, George N., Jr., Boston 
Proctor, James S., Boston 
Pushee, John E., West Newton 
Putnam, William E., Jr., Boston 
Raeburn, Andrew, Brookline 
Rhodes, John B., Winchester 
Rice, C. Murray, Marblehead 
Richardson, Arthur G., Salem 
Richardson, Charles F., Brookline 
Richardson, Lowell C, Brookline 
Richardson, Walter P., Salem 
Ripley, Frank L., Winchester 
Robinson, Arthur L., Maiden 
Robson, John C, Salem 
Rogers, H. Ernest, Brookline 
Rogers, Howard L., Brookline 
Rolfe, Charles E., Swamp«cott 
Rothwell, W. H., Boston 
Rugg, William A., Haverhill 
Ruhe, Harvey G., West Newton 
Russ, Harry O., Svvampscott 
Russell, Frank A.. Brookline 
Russell, George W., Brookline 
Ryder, Charles C, Boston 
Safford, Ralph K., Springfield 
Salkeld, Thomas F., Boston 
Salter, Richard J., Dorchester 
Sanborn, Elmer E., Lynn 
Sanborn, Oren C, Winchester 
Sawyer, Fred W., Boston 
Schoeffel, John B., Brookline 
Scriven, Curtis W., Boston 
Seaman, Clement M., St. Louis, Mo. 
Seaman, James, Boston 
Sears, Herbert M., Beverly 
Sharpies, Philip P., Cambridge 
Sheldon, James F., Wa'ertown 
Shepard, William H., Marblehead 
Sherburne, Charles H., Boston 
Sherburne, Charles W., Boston 
Sherljurne, Henrv \., Boston 
Shillaber, W. G.", Boston 
Simpson, Arthur K., Boston 
Skinner, Francis, Dedham 
Small, John F., Boston 
Smith, Benjamin A., Gloucester 
Smith, Henry P., Boston 
Smith, Whipple F., Boston 
Spaulding, George E Peabody 
Spaulinjr, Leonard H., Winchester 
Spearc, Lewis R., Newton 
Sprague, George E., I^ynn 
Stackpole, Frank N., Boston 
Stanley, F. F.,Swampscott 
Stearns, H. B., Marblehe.-ul 
Stearns, James P., Brookline 
Stearns, William B., Marblehead 
Stephenson,- W. R. C, Lynn 
Stevens, Arthur W., Boston 
Stevens, Charles G., Lynn 
Stevens, Samuel D., North Andover 
Stevens, William S. B., Boston 
Stone, Albert, Jr., Boston 
Stone, D. Robert, Marblehead 



Stratton, Edward B., Newton 

Sullivan, William J., Brookline 

Swan, Edward W., Brookline 

Sweeney, James F., Boston 

Sylvester, John P., Somerville 

Talbot, Fritz B., Brookline 

Tarbell, Arthur P., Boston 

Taylor, .John I., Boston 

Taylor, William O., Boston 

Thomas, Elmer B., "S'onkere, N. Y. 

Thomas, P. H., Peabody 

Tillinghast, Charles F., Providence, R, I. 

Tompkins, Eugene, Boston 

Tower, Benjamin C., Boston 

Tower, Benjamin L. M., Boston 

Tower, James A., Westwood 

Towle, George N., Beverly Farms 

Traiser, Richard E., Boston 

Trefry, William D. T., Marblehead 

Tripp, Thaxter N., Lynn 

Tweed, Charles H., New York 

Tyler, John, Brookline 

Ulman, William T., Brookline 

LTpton, George, Marblehead 

Upton, King, Marblehead 

Upton, Roger, Marblehead 

Van Nostrand, A. G., Boston 

Vaughn, Charles P., Peabody 

Vaughn, George C, Salem 

Vaughn, Ira, Salem 

Very, Charles H., Salem 

Voorhees, Gardner T., Cambridge 

Wadleigh, Philip N., Vancouver, B. C. 

Wainwright, Charles D., Marblehead 

Walker, Harry H., Boston 

Walker, Johnson L., Boston 

Ward, John M., Marblehead 

Warner, Alvah H., Salem 

Warner, William S., Boston 

Wead, Harold K., Brookline 

Webb, Thomas H., Peoria, 111. 

Weld, C. G., Boston 

West, George, Salem 

West, William, Brookline 

Weston, Wendell M., Winchester 

Wharton, William P., Groton 

Wheat, Alfred A., New York 

Wheelock, Charles B., Brookline 

Wheelock, Harold S., Brookline 

Whidden, Harry F., Peabody 

Whitcomb, Howard, Boston 

White, Herbert H., B ookline 

White, Norman H., Brookline 

White, Scott A., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Whitney, Horace E., Cambridge 

Whitten, Charles O., Boston 

Wiggin, E. H., Brookline 

Wiggin, Harry H., Somerville 

Wiggin, Russell B., Maiden 

Wightman, George H., Brookline 

Wilcook, Edwin, Brookline 

Wilkins, H. F. P., Marblehead 

Wilkinson, W. H., Brookline 

Williams, Frank M., Lynn 

Wilson, Charles E., Lynn 

Wilson, Charles W., Cambridge 

Wilson, Howell F., Ballardvale 

Wine lester, H.L., Manchester 

Wood, Arthur G., Brookline 

Woodbury, Melville, Beverly 

Woodruff, Frederick O., Boston 

Woods, Arthur L., Boston 

Woods, John M., Somerville 

Worthley, Mark J., Lynn 

Wright, George L., North Andover 

Yerxa, Herbert E., Boston 




The Russian Embassv (the left liand house) Manchester 

These houses have been occupied for the past twelve years by various foreign legations, including 

British, French, Italian, Austrian, and Russian Embassies. 






CHOCOLATES 




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LIST OF YACHTS, SCHOONERS. 



Barbara*, A. P. liOring 
Black Hawk, Charles E. Gibson 
Cao.ialof*. Herbert H. Wiiitp 
Constellation, Francis Skinner 
Cygnet, Arnold Lawson 
Dervish, Henry A. Morss 
Ellsmere, Eugene H. Clapp 
Emeralil*. F. Lew s Clark 
Felstedquin*, Luther S. Bent 



Glendoveer, C. L. Davenport 
Lillian Woodrufff, C. H. W. Foster 
Monataka, Charles L. Eaton 
Nautilus, John D. Crosby 
Sayarona*, C. H. Clark, Jr. 
Shiyessa, Alfred Douglass 
Stella Maris, Alfred J. Pazolt 
Uudercliff*, King LIpton 
Vagrant, Norman H. White 



♦Auxiliary. fThree-masted house-boat. 



SLOOPS AND YAWLS. 



Achilles, Caleb Loring 

Ameria, Charles W. Sherburne 

Anita, Stanlev H. Eklridee 

Arbeka II, F. P. Bowden 

Athlon, Harry H. Walker 

Attila, Charles H. Davis 

Bandit. C. H. W. Foster 

Brownie, Harold K. Wead 

Caramba, C. H. W. Foster 

Carina IL C. B. and H. S. Wheelock 

Carmen, M. Cheever, C. H. Johnson and C. B. 

Moirill 
Cheoot, R. T. Paine, 2nd 
Chewink IV, F. G. Macomber, Jr. 
Chickadee, Frank E. Peabody 
Cod, Morton Prince 
Corinthian, Benjamin C. Tower 
Dorello, Geo. L. Batehelder 
Dorothy Q, Hollis Burgess 
Ellen, Charles P. Curtis 
Essex, A. W. Stevens 
Falka, G. D. Boles 
Fapjr, F. A. Parkrr, Jr. 
Gringo, Samuel H. Brown, ?Jr. 
Hayseed III, Herbert L. Bowden 
Hoolet II, Barton Leonard 
Hostess, H. M. F'axon , 
Hugi, Alfred E. Chase 
Humma, Robert T. Paine, 2d 
Hun, Charles H. Davis 
Idler*, .lames A. Tower 
Indra, P. P. Sharpies 
Irolita, J. N. Morse 
Jacobin, Theo. W. King 
Jane, Herman Parker 
.Jubilee, Charles J. Paine 
Little Hope, T. K. Lothrop, Jr. 
Little Rhody, C. F. Tillinghast 
Little Rhody 11, C. F. Tillinghast 
Lorelei, B. P. Cheney and C. D. Lanning 
Louisa, Erskine Clement 
Louise, Edw. McWilliams 

♦Auxiliary. 



Magpie*, Charles H. Sherburne 

Manchester, Charles F. Adams, 2d 

Marie L., George Lee 

Meemer, Oren C. Sanborn 

Mercedes, (Ketch), B. P. Cheney 

Mohican, J. A. Burnham, Jr. 

Monomoy, B. P. C. Clapp 

Neith, E. K. Dunham and R. M. Hoe 

Nereid, Charles H. Lunt 

Nike, Howard L. Rogers 

Nutmeg, Allen C. Jones 

Opilsah II, Wm. A. Paine 

drsola*, Henry A. Sherburne 

Penelope, Thomas C. Knowles 

Peter Pan, Walter Kelly 

Porcupine, John Tyler 

Raccoon, L. DuP. Irving 

Ragtime, L. C. Richardson 

Ramona, M. N. Bray 

Redfin, N. C. Nash, Jr. 

Sally IX, Lawrence F. Percival 

Sasson, AVm. L. Barnard 

Savage, George Upton 

Secret, A. P. Loring 

Shearwater II, L. H. Spaulding 

Shona, Charles H. Tweed 

Siesta*, Henry P. Smith 

Soubrette, S. A. Moot 

Spokane II, F. Lewis Clark 

Sport, Charles J. Paine 

Suzetta III, C. A. Herter 

Tabasco III, G. N. Proctor, Jr. 

Tanager, Charles W. Foss 

Tarpon, Edw. S. Grew 

Thistle, W. J. Hobbs 

Ursula II, Albert Stone, Jr. 

Viking, Corinthian Yacht Club 

Vim, Henrv A. Morss 

Wasaka, Charles E. Adams • 

Wolraf, John S. Farlow 

Wolrah, Albert M. Harlow 

Zickie, E. K. Dunham 



STEAMERS AND MOTOR BOATS. 



A. C, G. H. Wightman 
Acris, W. O. Taylor 
.^Isoran, Ricliard Hutchison 
Avoret, Wm P. Wt'arton 
Aztec, Albert C. Burrage 
Bee Linp, Ricliard Hutchison 
Bohemian, William J. Sullivan 
Brunhilde, Stephen R. Dow 
Butte, Charles G. Stevens 
Caprice, A. L. Dole 
Cocktail II, Albe-t N. Locke 
Comanche, Jr., William P. Wharton 
Conner, B.-F. and A. P. Keith 



Cracker II, Stednian Bent 
Cwag, Alfred Douglass 
Dolphin, Arthur W. Tarbell 
Dorothy, Francis H. Johnson 
Dream, C. J. Paine 
Elizabeth, D. Robert Stone 
Escort, Hollis Burgess 
Evelyn, George N. Towle 
Farewell, J. A. Burnham, Jr. 
Gotoit, Charles H. Davis 
Gratia, Lyndon V. Grover 
Helfranlu, James F. Sheldon 
Hope, Herbert M. Sears 



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WHO S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Hupa, C. H. Clark, Jr. 

Hush, Charles W. Foss 

Ildico, Charles H. Davis 

Juanita, Frank B. McQuesten 

Jule, Benjamin P. Cheney 

Katrina, William L. Pitcher 

Kuzii II, Burton H. Miller 

Kuzn III, Burton R. Miller 

Little Egypt, C. F. Lyman 

Malay, C. G. Weld 

Menotom.\', \\'ni.A. Muller 

Mercedes, U. S. A., Herbert L. Bowden 

Myopia, Charles H. Merrill 

Naoma, Arthur Binney 

Olga II, Whipple F. Smith 

Prosit, J. B. Schoeffel 



Quohaug, P. S. Estes and C. F. Falvev 

Right O' Way, L. R. Speare 

Saint, Thos. H. Webb 

Sally, Herbert L. Bowden 

Scamp, Clinton F. Messer 

Scimitar II, H. Ernest Rogers 

Senga II, Harvey G. Ruhe 

Tama, F. L. Dunne 

The Kid, Charles S. Eaton 

Tita, J. K. Lanning 

Torino, T. C. Hollander 

Vanish, J. A. Burnham, ,Ir., and C. W. Foss 

Viator, Merrill Hunt 

Zip, Theo. W. King 

Zui Zia, Alfred Douglass 

"23", Stephen R. Dow 



EASTERN YACHT CLUB. 


OFFICERS OF 


THE CLUB. 


COMMODORE 


REGATTA COMMITTEE 


GORDON ABBOTT 


Charles E. Hodges, Chairman 




50 State Stieet, Boston 


VICE-COMMODORE 


Henry A. Morss A .\ppleton Packard 


F. LEWIS CLARK 


William B. Stearns 




Stephen W. Sleeper, Secretary 


HEAK-COMMODORE 




ROBERT W. EMMONS, 2d 


31 Milk Street, Boston 


SECRETARY 


committee on ADMISSIONS 


HENRY TAGGARD 


Arthur .\dams. Chairman 


44 State Street, Boston 


50 State Street, Boston 
George Atkinson, Jr. Charles P. Curtis 


TREASURER 


Augustus Hemenway, Jr. 


PATRICK T. JACKSON 


The Secretary, E\-officio 


840 Exchange Building, Boston 


house committee 


measurer 


Parkman Dexter, Chairman 


W. STARLING BURGESS 


101 Milk Street, Boston 


Marblehead, Mass. 


Edward M. Beals Frederic 0. North 




W^iLLiAM B. Revere Daniel K. Snow 


MEMBERS OP THE COUNCIL AT LARGE 


William B. Revere, Secretary 


George A. GoDDARD. Frank B. McQuesten 


P. 0. Box 63, Salem, Mass. 


, MEMBERS OF THE EASTERN YACHT CLUB 


Abbot, George, Melrose 


Ayer, F. W., Bangor, Me. 


Abbott, Gordon, Boston 


Bacon, Francis H., Boston 


Abbott, Walter L^ Salem 
Abbott, Walter, Boston 


Bacon, Gorham, Barnstable 


Bacon, Louis, Boston 


Adams, Arthur, Quincy 


Badger, Walter I., Boston 


Adams, Charles F., 2d, Boston 


Balch, Arthur S., Boston 


Addicks, J. Edward, Claymont, Del. 


Ball, George G., Boston 


Adie, Andrew, Boston 


Barker, B. Devereux, Boston 


Agassiz, Alexander, Newport, R. I. 


Barker, Charles Miller, Salem 


Agassiz, George R., Cambridge 


Barker, William G., Salem 


Agassiz, Maximilian, Cambridge 


Bartlett, John S., Lynn 


Agassiz, Rodolphe L., Hamilton 


Bartlett, Nelson S., Boston 


Alcott, J. S. P., Boston 


Bassett, J. Colby, Cambridge 


Aldrich, Talbot, Ponkapoag, Canton 


Batchelder, George L., Medford 


Alford, Edward B., Brookline 


Beals, Edward M., Boston 


Allan, Bryce J., Boston 


Beals, Gardner, Boston 


Allen, Charles Watson, West Peabody 


Beattie, William A., Boston 


Allen, Francis R., Boston 


Beebe, E. Pierson, Falmouth 


Ames, F. Lothrop, Boston 


Beebe, J. Arthur, Boston 


Ames, Oliver, North Easton 


Bennett, Henry D., Brookline 


Ames, William H., North Easton 


Bennett, James Gordon, New York 


Amory, Arthur, Boston 


Bennett, Stephen H., Boston 


Amory, E. L., Boston 


Benson, Arthur F., Salem 


Amory, Ingersoll, Boston 


Benson, Henry P., Salem 


Amory, Robert, Boston 


Bentinck-Smith, W. F., Boston 


Amory, Robert, Jr., Boston. 


Bigelow, Albert F., Boston 


Anderson, Larz, Washington, D. C. 


Bigelow, Albert S., Boston 


Andrews, William T., Boston 


Bigelow, Cleveland, Cohasset 


Anthony, Nathan, Boston 


Bigelow, Henry M., Boston 


Anthony, S. Reed, Boston 


Bigelow, Horatio, Boston 


Appleton, Joseph F., Salem 


Bigelow, Joseph S., Boston 


Appleton, Samuel, Boston 


Bigelow, Joseph S., Jr., Cohasset 


Armington, Francis B., Marblehead 


Bigelow, Samuel A., Boston 


Armistead, Lewis A., Boston 


Billings, Edgar F., Newton 


Arnold, Allen, Swampscott 


Binney, Arthur, Boston 


Atkinson, Charles F., Boston 


Blake, Edward H., Bangor, Me. 


Atkinson, Edward Williams, Boston 


Blaney, Dwight, Boston 


.\tkinson, George, Jr., Boston 


Bliss, Chester W., Springfield 


.\tkinson, Henry M., Atlanta, Ga. 


Bliss Ehrer J., Boston 


Atwood, Q. A., Boston 


Blodget, William, Chestnut Hill 


Austin, Thomas H., Boston 


Boardman, Edwin A., Boston 


Ayer, Charles F., Boston 


Boardman, Reginald, Boston 


Ayer, Frederick, Newton 


Boardman, Richard DeB., Boston 
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EASTERN YACHT CLUB 



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Boardman, T. Dennie, W. Manchester 

Bond, Stephen N., Boston 

Borland, Chauneey B., Chicago 

Bowditch, Ernest W., Milton 

Bowen, Stephen, Boston 

Boynton, Edward P., Boston 

Bradley, Robert S., Boston 

Brazier, Charles G., Boston 

Bremer, J. Lewis, M. D., Boston 

Bremer, S. Parker, Boston 

Brewster, Frank, Boston 

Brewster, Frederick F., New Haven, Conn. 

Brewster, J. F. F., Boston 

Bridge, Robert C, Marblehead 

Briggs, L. Vernon, Boston 

Britten, Alfred, Boston 

Brooks, George C, Boston 

Brooks, John F., Boston 

Brown, Edwin P., Newton 

Brown, Hulings C, Salem 

Brown, Jacob F., Bo=ton 



Clapp, B. P. C, Boston 

Clapp, Eugene H., Boston 

Clapp, Gilmer, Waltham 

Clark, C. Howard, Jr., Philadelphia 

Clark, E. Walter, Philadelphia 

Clark, F. Lewis, Spokane 

Clark, Frank M., Boston 

Clark, Herbert, Boston 

Clark, J. Payson, Boston 

Clark, Louis M., Boston 

Clarke, George Lemist, Boston 

Clough, George P., Boston 

Clough, Mica,iah P., Lynn 

Cobb, Frederic C, M. D., Boston 

Cobb, William, Boston 

Cochrane, Alexander, Boston 

Coffin, Charles A., Lynn 

Coffin, Charles D., Boston 

Coffin, Winthrop, Boston 

Coggin, David, Salem 

Cole, Otto, B. Boston 




Club House of the Eastern Yacht Club. 



Brown, Samuel N., Boston 

Brown, T. Hassall, Boston 

Brush, Charles N., Brookline 

Buck, Henry H., Boston 

Buckminster, William B., Maiden 

Bunting, William M., Boston 

Piurgess, HoUis, Boston 

Burgess, James A., Boston 

Burgess, W. Starling, Boston 

Burnett, Harry, Boston 

Burnham, Henry D., Boston 

Burnham, John A., Wenham 

Burnham, John A., Jr., Boston 

Burnham, W. Addison, Irvington, N. Y, 

Burr, L Tucker, Boston 

Burrage, Albert C, Boston 

Burrage, Harry L., Newton 

Burrill, Charles L., Boston 

Burroughs, George, Boston 

Burton, George S., Brookline 

Butler, Arthur Cecil, Boston 

Cabot, Norman W., Boston 

Carlton, William L., Boston 

Castle, Wni. R., Jr., Boston 

Chamberlain, M. L., Boston 

Chase, Percy, Brookline 

Choate, Charles P., Southboro 

Church, Henry A., Boston 

Claflin, Adams D., Newton Centre 



Colt, James D., Newton 
Converse, Harry E., Boston 
Coolidge, T. J., Jr., Boston 
Cooper, John P., Boston 
Cordingley, William R., Chestnut Hill 
Cotting, Amos, Brookline 
Cotting, Charles E., Boston 
Cotton, N. Hugh, Boston 
Cowles, Edmund B., Brookline 
Crane, Joshua, Boston 
Crocker, Edgar, Boston 
Croll, Albert Ivins, Boston 
Crosby, Frederick W., Chicago 
Crowninshield, Bowdoin B., Boston 
Crowninshield, Francis B., Boston 
Cummings, Charles K., Boston 
Cunningham, Thomas, Boston 
Curtis, Charles P., Boston 
Curtis, Cyrus H. K., Philadelphia 
Curtis, John S., Boston 
Dameron, E. C, St. Louis 
Dana, S. B., Boston 
Dana, W. Tracy, Boston 
Dane, Chester Linwood, Boston 
Dane, Ernest B., Brookline 
Davenport, George H., Boston 
Davenport, Henry, Brookline 
Davis, Arthur E., Boston 
Davis, Bancroft C., Weston 



20 


WHO'S WHO ALONG 


THE NORTH SHORE 






Da\-i,s, Cliarles K., Now Yoik 


(jardner. W. Amory, Groton 






Davis, Harrison M., Boston 


Garsia, Edwin, Chestnut Hill 






Davis, Lincoln, M. D., Boston 


Gay, Frederick L., Boston 






Davis, Livingston, Boston 


Gay, William Otis, Boston 






Davis, .Samuel C, St. Louis 


Geigor, Albert, Boston 






Dearljoiii, John, Boston 


(ieiger, Albert, Jr., Boston 






Decatur, .Steplien, Portsmouth, N. H. 


tiibson, George A., Boston 






Dennison, Charles S., Newton 


Gibson, Kirkland H., Brookline 






Denny, Arthur B., Brooiiline 


(iilhert, Charles T., Milton 






Denny, Clarence H., Boston 


(Jilbert, Horatio, Boston 






DeNormandie, Philip Y., Milton 


Gle.ason, Charles B., Newton 






Dexter, Franklin, Boston 


Goddard, George A., Boston 






Dexter, George B., Brookline 


(ioodhue, Albert P., Salem 






Dexter, Gordon, Boston 


Goodhue, Samuel A., Boston 






Dexter, Parkman, Boston 


Goodhue, Samuel V., Salem 






Dickson, B. H., Boston 


Goodnow, William N., Boston 






Dodd, Henry W., Boston 


Gray, Francis, Boston 






Dodge, Cleveland H., New Yoik 


Gray, Howard, Boston 






Dorr, EUerton L., Boston 


Gray, James C., Boston 






Dos Passes, John R., New York 


Greeley, Norman F., Beverly 






Doty, George H., Waltham 


Greene, Edwin Farnham, Boston 






Douglas, AVm. L., Brockton 


Greenough, John, New York 






Draper, Eben S., Hopedale 


Grew, Edward S., Boston 






Dresel, Ellis L., Boston 


Guild, Chester, Newton 






Dumaresq, Herbert, Boston 


Guild, S. Eliot, Nahant 






Dupee, William R., Boston 


Gummey, John W., Boston 






Duryea, Hermanus B., Newport, R. L 


Hall, Frank G., Boston 






Dwight, Edwin W., M. D., Boston 


Hall, Harry S., Boston 






Dwight, R. Henry W., Brookline 


Hall, Herbert J., M. D., Marblehead 






Earle, Daniel Osborne, Worcester 


Hall, William S., Cambridge 






Eaton, Charles Lynde, Boston 


Hamlin, Edward, Boston 






Eaton, Charles S., Marblehead 


Hamlin, George P., Boston 






Eaton, Francis S., Boston 


Plammond, John Hays, New Y'ork 






Eaton, William S., Boston 


Hanson, Arthur S., Boston 






Edgar, Charles L., Brookline 


Hanson, Herbert F., Boston 






Ellis, Augustus H., Boston 


Harding, Charles L., Dedham 






Ellis, Charles A., Boston 


Harding, Emor H., Boston 






Emmons, Robert W., 2d, Boston 


Harding Josiah R., Brookline 






Endicott, George G., Boston 


Hardy, Walter B., Akron, Ohio 






Endicott, William C, Danvers 


Harris, Walter C, Salem 






Erickson, A. Wentworth, Swampscott 


Hartt, Dudley Nickerson, Marion 






Estabrook, Arthur F., Boston 


Harvey, Winthrop A., Brookline 






Estes, Dana, Brookline 


Harwood, John H., Newton 






Eustis, J. Tracy, Brookline 


Hastings, Theodore, Jamaica Plain 






Eustis, W. E. C, Milton 


Haughton, Lawrence, Boston 






Evans, Robert D., Beverly 


Haven, E. B., Boston 






Everett, T. B., Boston 


Hayden, Charles, Boston 






Fabyan, Francis W., Boston 


Hayden, Josiah W., Boston 






Farnsworth, William, Dedham 


Head, Charles, Boston 






Farrar, Frederick A., Brookline 


Heard, Edmund, Boston 






Farrell, William G., Boston 


Heaton, Robert C, Boston 






Farwell, John W., Boston 


Hemenway, Augustus, Readville 






Fay, H. H., Boston 


Hemenway, Augustus, Jr., Readville 






Fessenden, Russell G., Boston 


Higgins, Frank A., Boston 






Field, George P., Boston 


Hildreth, Henry A., Boston 






Firth, William, Chestnut Hill 


Hill, George S., M. D., Marblehead 






Fitch, Conover, Manchester 


Hodges, Charles E., Brookline 






Flather, Frederick A., Lowell 


Hollingsworth, Z. T., Boston 






Forbes, Charles Stewart, Boston 


Holman, Charles R., Worcester 






Forbes, Henry Stone, Milton 


Hooke, Charles H., Boston 






Forbes, J. Murray, Milton 


Hooper, James R., Boston 






Forbes, Ralph E., Milton 


Hooper, R. C, Boston 






Foss, Arthur D., Jamaica Plain 


Houghton, Clement S., Manche.ster 






Foss, Charles W., Boston 


Hovey, Chandler, Boston 






Foster, C. H. W., Boston 


Howard, George T., Boston 






Foster, F. Apthorp, Falmouth 


Howard, Henry, Brookline 






Foster, Reginald, Manchester 


Howe, Elmer P., Boston 






Fowle, William P., Marblehead 


Howe, Henry S., Brookline 






Francis, G. Tappan, Boston 


Howe, James T., Kenosha, Wis. 






Francis, Nathaniel L., Boston 


Iselin, William E., New York 






Freeman. James G., Boston 


Jack, Edwin E., M. D., Boston 






Frothingham, Henry A., Boston"' 


Jack, Frederick L., Boston 






Frothingham, Thomas G., Boston 


Jackson, Henry B.. Boston 






Fuller, Ransom B, Boston. 


Jackson, Patrick T., Boston 






Gaff, Thomas T., Washington, D. C. 


Jacobs, Timothy E., Dorchester 






Gage, Frank H., Swampscott 


Jaynes, Charles W., Boston 






Galacar, Frederic R., Boston 


Jennings, .John A., Boston 






Gardner.IGeorge A., Boston 


Johnson, Benjamin N., Lynn 





EASTERN YACHT CLUB 



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Johnson, Wolcott H., Boston 

Jones, Uharles H., Weston 

Jones, Clarence W., Brookline 

Jones, Theodore, Newtonville 

Jordan, Eben D., Boston 

Joyce, William H., Baltimore 

Kahn, Otto H., New York 

Keep, Charles M., Boston 

Keith, B. F., Brookline 

Kennard, Victor Parry, Boston 

Kilham, Walter H., Brookline 

Kimball, Frank R., Boston 

King, Henry P., Boston 

King, Theodore W., Dorchester 

Kirkwood, Thomas S., Chicago 

Kittredge, Thomas, Salem 

Koren, John, Boston 

Lasell, Josiah M., Whitinsville 

Lawrence, Arthur C, Boston 

Lawrence, Daniel W., Medford 

Lawrence, James, Groton 

Lawrence, John S., Boston ';_ 

Lawrence, Samuel C, Medford 

Lee, George, Brookline 

Lee, William W., Northampton 

Leland, Lester, Boston 

Little, Alexander E., Lynn 

Little, Arthur Dehon, Boston 

Little, Arthur M., Boston 

Littlefield, Charles E., U. S. N., Boston 

Lombard, George B., Boston 

Longfellow, A. W., Boston 

Lord, Bertram, Boston 

Loring, Augustus P., Beverly 

Loring, David, Boston 

Loring, Thacher, Brookline 

Loring, William Caleb, Boston 

Lothrop, Thornton K., Jr., Boston 

Loud, Charles E., Boston 

Loud, Joseph Prince, Boston 

Lovering, William M., Taunton 

Lowry, George A., Boston 

Luke, Arthur F., New York 

Lyman, C. F., Dover 

Lyuian, Henry, Brookline 

Macomber, Frank G., Boston 

Mahoney, J. T., Salem 

Mandell, George S., Boston 

Mandell, Samuel P., Boston 

Mandell, William Dutton, Boston 

Mann, Henry S., Boston 

Manning, George F., Medford 

Mansfield, S. M., Brig-Gen., U. S. A., Boston 

Marks, A. H., Akron, Ohio 

Mayo, William F., Boston 

Mckay, George T., Marbleliead 

McKee, Thomas M., Pittsburg, Pa. 

McKee, Wllimi L., I^oston 

McLeod, Henry C, Toronto, Canada 

McMullan, William P., Salem 

McQuesten, F. B., BostonJ 

McQuesten, George E., Boston 

McWilliams, Edward, Dwight, 111. 

Means, James, Boston 

Mehaffey, W. A., Boston 

Metcalf, Jesse H., Providence, R. L 

Metcal:', Step en I)., Providenie 

Meyer, George von L., Boston 

Mifflin, George H., Boston 

Minot, George R., Boston 

Minot, Laurence, Boston 

Mitton, Edward J., Boston 

Mixter, George, Boston 

Morgan, E. D., New York 

Morgan, J. Pierpoint, New York 

Morgan, Randal, Philadelphia 

Morss, Charles A., Boston 

Morss, Daniel D., Boston 

Morss, Henry A., Boston 



Moseley, Charles W., Newburyport 

Myrick, N. Sumner, Wellesley Hills 

Nash, Nathaniel C., (\ambridge 

Neely, James ('., Memphis, Tenn. 

Nelson, William R., Kansas City, Mo. 

Newell, James M., Boston 

Norman, Guy, Newport, R. I. 

North, Frederic O., Dorchester 

Northey, Edward A., Salem 

Nowell, George M., Boston 

Ordway, Clarence Eugene, Winchester 

Otis, Herbert Foster, Nahant 

Packard, Alpheus Appleton, Salem 

Paine, Charles J., Nahant 

Paine, Everett, Marbleliead 

Paine, James Leonard, Cambridge 

Paine, Robert T., 2d, Boston 

Palmer, Irving S., Winchester 

Palmer, Percival B., Chicago 

Parker, Charles W., Boston 

Parker, Francis J., Boston 

Parker, Herman, Boston 

Parker, Howard, Cambridge 

Parker, James, Boston 

Parker, Ross, Boston 

Parsons. Theophilus, Brookline 

Patch, Nath'l J. K., Commander, U. S. N. 

Boston 
Patterson, Charles C, Boston 
Peabody, Charles, Cambridge 
Peabody, Francis. Danvers 
Peabody, Frank E., Boston 
Peabody, Henry W., Beverly 
Peabody, Jo in E., Boston 
Peabody, Robert S., Brookline 
Pecker, Edward E., Boston 
Pierce, Thomas W., Salem 
Percival, David C, Boston 
Percival, David C, Jr., Boston 
Percival, Lawrence F., Boston 
Percy, George E., Salem 
Perkins, Hamilton, Boston 
Perkins, Richard F., Boston 
Perkins, Thomas Nelson, Westwood 
Perrin, Charles L., Boston 
Phelps, James T., Boston 
Phillips, James Duncan, Salem 
Piiillips, John C, Boston 
Phippen, Hardy, Salem 
Phoenix, Lloyd, New York 
Pickering, Henry G., Boston 
Pickman, Dudley L., Boston 
Pierce, Arthur J., Bennington, N. H. 
Pierce, Edgar, Boston 
Pierce, H. Clay, St. Louis 
Pierce, J. Willard, Brookline 
Plummer, William E., Boston 
Poole, Edmund A., Brookline 
Poole, George B., Chestnut Hill 
Pollar 1, Mon'O W., Boston 
Porter, Charles W., Lynn 
Porter, W. Townsend, M. D., Dover 
Pousland, F. G., Salem 
Prendergast, James M., Boston 
Preston, Andrew W., Boston 
Preston, G. M., Boston 
Proctor, Abel H., Salem 
Proctor, Charles A., Boston 
Purdon, John Graeme, Boston 
Putnam, George F., Boston 
Putnam, William Lowell, Boston 
Rackemann, Charles Sedgwick, Milton 
Rackemann, Felix, Milton 
Randolph, Nathaniel A., Chestnut Hill 
Rantoul, Augustus N., Salem 
Rantoul, Beverley, Salem 
Rantoul, Neal, Boston 
Raymond, S. B., Chicago 
Revere, William B., Salem 




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With a store at Newport as well as 
Salem, this firm knows the best tastes. 
Their splendid selections and artistic ar- 
rangements in their salesrooms, oak and 
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and draperies, reflect this taste, and make 
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EASTERN YACHT CLUB 



Reynolds, Kdwanl. M. D., Boston 

Reynolds, .lohn riiillips, Jr., Boston 

Rhodes, Frederick L., Winchester 

Rhodes, John H.. Winchester 

Rice, Edward U., Boston 

Richards, Henry N., Boston 

Richardson, Homer B., Boston 

Richardson, S. A., Boston 

Riley, Charles E., Newton 

Ripley, Frank Lyman, Winchester 

Robbins, Royal, Boston 

Robinson, Wallace F., Boston 

Rollins, Frank W., Boston 

Ross, Franklin H., Boston 

Rotch, Thomas M., Boston 

Rothwell, James E., Brookline 

Rothwell, W. H., Brookline 

Rowe, George H. M., Boston 

Rowe, Henry S., Boston 

Royall, John A., Medford 

Rusk, J. Steuart, Boston 

Russell, A. LeBaron, Boston 

Russell, George Peabody, Isle of Wight, Eng. 

Russell, Howland S., Milton 

Rust, F. L. D., M. D., Boston 

Saltonstall, Robert, Boston 

Sanders, Charles, Salem 

Sanger, Sabin P , Boston 

Sargent, Francis W., Wellesley 

Sawyer, Fred W., Newton 

Scholley, Ferdinand F. W. E., Baron von, 

Stuttgart, Germany 
Schroeder, Albrecht von, Boston 
Scott, Edgar, Philadelphia 
Scoville, John H., New York 
Seamans, Francis A., Salem 
Sears, David, Boston 
Sears, Harold C, Brookline- 
Sears, Herbert M., Boston 
Sears, J. Montgomery, Boston 
Sewall, Harold I., Washington 
Shattuck, Frederic C, M. D., Boston 
Shaw, Quincy A., Jr., Boston 
Shaw, Robert G., Wellesley 
Shedd, "Freeman B., Lowell 
Shepard, L. D., Boston 
Shepard, Thomas H., Brookline 
Sherburne, Charles W., Boston 
Shillaber, William G., Boston 
Shreve, Benjamin D., Salem 
Shreve, Octavius B., Salem 
Sias, Charles D., Brookline 
Silsbee, William E., Milton 
Simpson, Arthur K., Boston 
Sirnpson, F. E., Boston 
Skinner, Francis, Boston 
Sleeper, Jacob, Boston 
Sleeper, Stephen W., Boston 
Sloane, Henry T., New York 
Smith, Henry P., Salem 
Smith, Winfield S., M. D., Boston 
Snelling, Rodman Paul, Needham 
Snow, Daniel K., Brookline 
Snow, Frederic E., Boston 
Sortwell, Alvin F., Cambridge 
Sortwell, Daniel R., Cambridge 
Spaulding, John T., Boston 
Spaulding, William S., Boston 
Spinney, Frank, Lynn 
Spring, Romney, Boston 
Slackpole, J. Lew;?, Boston 
Stanwood, Daniel Caldwell, Boston 
Stearns, Harris B., Westwood 
Stearns, Richard S., Jamaica Plain 
Stearns, William B., Marblehead 
Stebbins, N. L., Somerville 
Stedman, Arthur W., Boston 
Stevens, Arthur W., Boston 



Stillman, .lames. New York 
Stoddard, George H., Boston 
Stodder, Charles F., Boston 
Stone, Robert E., Chicago 
Storey, Richard C., Boston 
Strawljridge, J. C, Philadelphia 
Stuart. Willoughby H., Jr., Boston 
Sullivan, H. R., V. S. N., Boston 
Sumner, Charles P., Boston 
'Sutton, William, North Andover 
Swasey, Loring, Boston 
Sweet, Henry N., Boston 
Sweetser, Arthur L., Ipswich 
Taggard, Henry, Boston 
Talbot, Edmund H., Boston 
Tarbell, Arthur P., Boston 
Taylor, Charles H., Boston 
Taylor, Charles H., Jr., Boston 
Taylor, J. Allen, Boston 
Temple, Arthur S., Salem 
Thacher, Thomas W., Brookline 
Thayer, Nathaniel. Boston 
Thomas, Douglas H., Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Thomas, Edward R., New York 
Thomas, Isaac R., Boston 
Thomas, Washington B., Boston 
Tompkins, Eugene, Boston 
Towei', Hen,ianiin C, Bost(m 
Train, Stephen G., Brookline 
Trowbridge, Frederick K., New York 
Trumbull, Walter H., Salem 
Tucker, Alanson, Boston 
Tucker, Greenleaf R., Boston 
Tucker, William A., Manchester 
Tuckerman, Leverett S., Boston 
Turner, Thomas Morgan, New York 
Tweed, Charles H.. New York 
Twombly, Howland, Newton 
Upham, George B., Boston 
Upton, Geo:ge, Marble!.eal 
LTpton, King, Marblehead 
LTpton, Roger, Marblehead 
Vail, Theodore N., Boston 
Van Nostrand, Alonzo G., Boston 
Van Rensselaer, Alexander, Philadelphia 
Vaughan, Benjamin, Cambridge 
Wadsworth, Herbert, Geneseo, N. Y. 
Wainwright, Arthur, Boston 
Wainwright, Charles D., Boston 
Walker, Harry H., Boston 
Wallace, Cranmore N., Boston 
Wallace, William, Boston 
Wallis, Joseph A., Beverly 
Walton, George L., Boston 
Warner, Frederick H., Boston 
Warner, Robert L., Boston 
Warner, Willa'i) S , Boston 
Warren, S. D., Boston 
Watson, Charles H., Brookline 
Watters, Walter F., Boston 
Watts, J. Murray, Philadelphia 
Webster, Edwin S., Chestnut Hill 
Webster, Frank G., Boston 
Welch, Francis C, Boston 
Weld, A. Winsor, Chestnut Hill 
Weld, B. Rodman, Jamaica Plain 
Weld, Charles G., Boston 
West, Charles A., Somerville 
Wetherill, Samuel P., Philadelphia 
Wharton. W^illiam Picknian, Groton 
W^heatland, Richard, Salem 
Wheeler, Elbert, Boston 
Wheeler. G. H., Weston 
Wheeler. Henry, Boston 
Wheelock, Harold S.. Brookline 
White, Harry K., Brookline 
White, Henry, Marblehead 
White, Herbert H., Brookline 



■2[ 


WHO'S WHO ALONG 


THE NORTH SHORE 




Whitehouse, F. M., Manchester 




Wood, H. Holton, Brookline 




Whiting, P'red E., Auburndale 




Wood, Orrin (<., Brookline 




Wliitinan, William, Brookline 




Wood. William M., Boston 




Wliitiu'v, Frank, Boston 




Woods. Froiicrick A., M. D., Brookline 




Wliitncy, Frederick, Boston 




Woodworth, William M., Cambridge 




Whitney, William F., Boston 




Worthington, Roland, Falmouth 




Whittier, Charles W., Boston 




Wright, Albert J., Wakefield 




Wightman, George H., Brookline 




W^ right, Charles F., Boston 




Wilder, S. W., Newton Center 




Wright, W. J., Duxbury 




Wilkinson, William H., Brookline 




Wylde, John, Boston 




Williams, David W., Boston 




Wyman, Morrill, Jr., Cambridge 




Williams, Franklin D., Chestnut Hill 




Yerxa, Herbert E., Boston 




Williams, George H., Boston 




Young, William H., Brookline 




Winslow, Edward M., Boston 




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HONORARY MEMBERS 




Theodore Roosevelt, President of the Unit 


ed 


The United States Circuit Judges 




States 




The United States District Judge, District of 




His Imperial Majesty, William II., German 


Mass. 




Emperor 




The Commandant of the Navy Yard, Charles- 




The Secretary of the Navy of the United 


town 




States 




The Superintendent LTnited States Coast 




The Secretary of the Treasury of the United 


Survey 




States 




Inspector of Second Lighthouse District 




The Associate Judge of the Supreme Court 


The Collector of the Port of Boston 




of the United States for this Circuit 








SCHOONERS 


OF 


THE EASTERN 




Arbella, W. H. Tho nas 




Loyal, Henry N. Richards 




Bajiheera, Edward W. Atkinson 




Magnolia, E. P. Boynton 




Barbara*, Augustus P. Loring 




Mariette*, Jacob F. Brown 




Breeze, F. A. Farrar 




Merlin, Ralph E. Forbes 




Cachalot*, Herbert H White 




Monataka, Charles L. Eaton 




Charmer, Theophilus Parsons 




Ponemah, Charles E. Riley 




Cone, Ernest B. Dane 




Priscilla, Louis Bacon 




Constance*, W'. Amory Gardner 




Quissetta, W. E. C. Eustis 




Constellation, Francis Skinner 




Ranger, Henry P. King 




Corona, Cleve'anI H. Dodge 




Savarona*, C. H. Clark, Jr. 




Coronilla. Albert J. Wright 




Sunshine, Frederick L. Gay 




Dervish, Henry A. Morss 




Takitesy, Joseph F. Appleton 




Ellsmere, Eugene H. Clapp 




Taormina, William S. Eaton 




Elmina, Fred F. Brewster 




Tarpon*. F. Apthorp Foster 




Emerald*, F. Lewis Clark 




Tava, George R. .Agassiz 




Ermengarde*, George P. Russell 




LTndercliffe, King Upton 




Gerfalcon*. George B. Upham 




Venona. E. J. Bliss 




Gundred, Benjamin Vaughan 




Virginia, John A. Royall 




Hope Leslie, Laurence Minot 




Vision, Bancroft C. Davis 




Kirin, Max. Agassiz 




Wny.'arer, Join Hays Hammond 




Lillian Woodrufft. C. H. W. Foster 




Winnebago*, Frederic C. Cobb 




Loon*, F. C. Shattuck 




*Auxiliary. fThree-masted house boat 




SINGLE-MASTED 


VESSELS AND YAWLS 




Ala, George M. Nowell 




Friendship II, Horatio Gilbert 




Amberjack (Y'l)*, Freeman B. Shedd 




Gloriana, Gordon Abbott 




Ameria, Charles W. Sherburne 




Halcyon (Y"l),* Henry W. Peabody 




Athene, William O. Gav 




Handsel, James R. Hooper 




Athlon, Harry H. Walker 




Heron, P. H. Shepar.l 




Avenger. R. W. Emmons, 2d 




Hesper, Ralph E. Forbes 




Azor, Henry S. Forbes 




Humma, RoVjert T. Paine. 2d 




Bat. Edgar Scott 




Indian, .\rthur Adams anl Reginald Board- 




Beatrice (Y'l), George G. Ball 




man 




Chewink IV, F. G. Macomber 




Irene*, William M. Wood 




Columbia, .J. P. Morgan 




IroUta, E. W. Clark 




E. D. Morgan 




Ishkoodah, ^\'m. E. Iselin 




Comanche (Y'l)*, A. Hemenway 




Is's. Eilward Reynolds 




Cossick, Stephen O. Metcali 




Little Hope, T. K. Lothrop, Jr. 




Cynthia, .1. Murray Watts 




Louise, E. McWilliams 




Dorel. George R. Minot 




Mohican, J. A. Burnham, Jr. 




D'.rellD, George L. Hatchel ler 




Monomoy, B. P. C. Clapp 




Doris, S. Reed Anthony 




Shima San, J. Colby Bassett 




Edith*, A. W. Erickson 




Pawnee (Y'l)*, A. Winson Weld 




Eelin, Gordon Dexter 




Pontiac, J. Arthur Beebe 




Essex, ,\rtlnir \\ . Stevens 




Pontiac, William F. Whitney 



EASTERN 


YACHT CLUB 


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Puck, E. D. Morgan 


Tempest, Fre.lerick .\yer 




Reynard, Charles W. Moseley 


Young Hoosier, W. R. Nelson 




Sakuntaki, Charles K. Ciinimings. (.Formerly Varande (Y'l), Arthur B. Denny 




Hanger) 


Vigilant, William E. Iselin 




Santa, Thomas M. McKee 


Volunteer, Henry S. Forbes 




Shona, Charles II. Tweed 


Waif, C. D. Wainwright 




Siesta*, J. Murray Forbes 


Wawenoc, John W. Farwell 




Siesta*, Henry P. Smith 


Wayfarer (Y'l)*, Charles L. Harding 




Sirona, Clarence W. Jones 


Wyvern, A. W. Longfellow 




Tanager (Y'l), Charles W. Foss 


♦Auxiliary. 




STEAMERS OF THE 


EASTERN YACHT CLUB, 1908 




Aria, Edward H. Blake 


Monaloa, C. B. Borland 




Atreus, John Hays Hammond 


Norma, Dwight Blaney 




Avocet, Wm. P. Wharton 


Parthenia, H. E. Converse 




Aztec, A. C. Burrage 


Rambler, John C. Phillips 




Bethulia, Talbot Aldrich 


Roque, (ieorge A. Gardner 




Boulette, George P. Russell 


Roxana,t Larz Anderson 




Cigarette, W. H. Ames 


Sabrina, Herbert F. Hanson 




Corinthia, T. M. Turner 


Satilla, J. C. Strawbridge 




Corsair, J. Pierpoint Morgan 


Shada, A. F. Sortwell 




Courier, B. F. Keith 


Swifan, E. C. Dameron 




Felicia, Jesse H. Metcalf 


Tramp, William 0. Gay 




Gaivota, John R. Dos Passes 


Tringa*, William M. Lovering 




Helena, F. W. Ayer 


Turtle, Arthur Amory 




Hope, Herbert M. Sears 


Vanish, E. D. Morgan 




Idlert, Henry T. Sloane 


Velthra, S. Parker Bremer 




Intrepidt, Lloyd Phoenix 


Wacondah, Charles Hayden. (He has two 




Isis, W. S. and J. T. Spaulding 


vessels of this name) 




Juanita, F. B. McQuesten 


Wacondah, Charles Hayden 




Limit*, Guy Norman 


Waturus, Randal Morgan 




Lyndonia, Cyrus H. K. Curtis 


Whiporee, George M. Nowell 




Lysistrata, James G. Bennett 


Wild Goose, Herbert H. White 




Machigonne, Wm. Do\isla» 


Yacona, H. Clay Pierce 




Malay, Charles G. Weld 


♦Gasolene engine. tSteam auxiliary. 




May, A. Van Rensselaer 


JHouseboat. 




LAUNCHES OF THE 


EASTERN YACHT CLUB, 1908 




A C, G. H. Wightman 


Nydia, Bancroft C. Davis 




Aries, Arthur P. Tarbell 


Onaway, Henry S. Howe 




Beatrice, Z. T. Hollingsworth 


Parapa II, A. Loring Swasey 




Bogy, Henry M. Atkinson 


Phoelor, Roger Upton 




Bostonian, Thomas Cunningham 


Physalia, J. S. Bigelow, Jr. 




Chud, John E. Peabody 


Puffin III, Norman F. Greeley 




Comanche, Jr., William P. Wharton 


Reliable, R. W. Emmons, 2d 




Dolphin, Arthur P. Tarbell 


Shad, Dudley L. Pickman 




Escort, HoUis Burgess 


Siren, A. Wilder Pollard 




Florence, Harry E. Convei*e 


Smelt, W. E. C. Eustis 




Florence II, A. H. Marks 


Spark*, Aug. Hemenway 




Gloria, James E. Rothwell 


Spray, Henry N. Richards 




Gofromit, Charles H. Davis 


Squid, Alex. Agassiz 




Gotoit, Charles H. Da^•is 


Swallow, H. Dumaresq 




Hupa, C. H. Clark, Jr. 


Tai-Kun, W. H. Stuart, Jr. 




Hush, Charles W. Foss 


Talisman, George E. Percy 




Idle Hour, Eugene H. Clapp 


Tanis, Charles Peabody 




Idlico, Charles H. Davis 


Terrapin, William W. Lee 




Juanita, L. D. Shepard 


Thetis, S. Reed Anthony 




Kid, Charles S. Eaton 


Vanish, C. W. Foss and J. A. Burnham, Jr. 




ICingfisher, Baron Scholley 


Venture II, J. Murray Watts 




Little Egypt, C. F. Lyman 


Viking, S. W. Wilder 




Magyar, A. W. Erickson 


Waywassimo, A. F. Sortwell 




.Mickey, Robeit C. Hooper 


Zelina, Charles Head 




Mollie, Henry N. Richards 


Zip, Theodore W. King 




Naughty Girl, William Wallace 


Zipalongt, E. W. Clark 




Nebula, \\infiel 1 S. Smith 


(Building), William P. Wharton 




Needle, Ernest B. Dane 


*Alcho-vapor. fOas engine 




Niuka, S. P. Wefherill 






SAILBOATS BETWEEN 17 FEET 


AND 30 FEET WATER LINE, OWNED BY 




MEMBERS, NOT 


REGULARLY ENROLLED 




Alert, C. D. Wainwright 


Bandit, C. H. W. Foster 




Arnanita IV, .loshua Crane 


I'aiitam, Willoughbv H.Stuart, Jr. 




Anita, N. L. Francis 


Barnacle, W. E. C." Eustis, 




Athira, Henry B. Jackson 


Bat, E. W. Clark 




Attila, Charles H. Davis 


Bobolink, Albert I. Croll 






The M. B. M;ison residence at Smith's Point, Manclieeter 



Ixichard Driggs Lo. 

Importers gf 

Ifine China an^ 
(Blase ^^^^ 

Outfits for 
Bungalows 

Country Houses 
a specialty 



ii6 BOYLSTON STREET 
BOSTON 



SMITH'S STUDIO 

156 CABOT ST. . . . BEVERLY 

Hrtisttc , . . 
Ipbotoorapbv^ 

HIGH CLASS PORTRAITS 

VIEWS OF BUILDINGS 

LANDSCAPES AND ANIMALS 

PICTURE FRAMING 

DEVELOPING AND PRINTING 

FOR AMATEURS 



Telephone 67 



EASTERN YACHT CLUB 



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Calista, Henry Davenport 

Caramba, C. H. W. Foster 

Carina II, H. S. Wheelock 

Cayuse, Francis W. Sargent 

Chappa Q, Felix Rackemann 

Chickadee, Frank E. Peabody 

Chiquita, Harold C. Sears 

Cceur d'Or, G. A. Lowry 

Dorothy Q., 1'. L. Gay and Hollis Burgess 

Dragon, Orrin G. Wood 

Elfin, Reginald Roardman 

Ellen, Charles P. Curtis 

Erycina, Roland Worthington 

Gadfly, W. H. Trumbull 

Grig, Franklin Dexter 

Hazard, J. P. and C. E. Loud 

Haze, James Lawrence 

Hullaballoo, Prancis C. Welch 

Hun, C. H. Davis 

Idol, Charles B. Gleason 

Intrepid, H. A. Church 

Jacobin, Theodore W. PCing 

Jane, Herman Parker 

Janet, Edward B. Alford 

Keturah*, Thomas W. Thacher 

Khalifa, W. A. Tucker 

Kwoneshe, A. F. Sortwell 

La Chica, H. & F. M. Clark 

Louise, John H. Harwood 

Manchester, Charles F. Adams, 2a 

Margaret, Charles H. Taylor, Jr. 

Marie L., George Lee 

Maria, F. B. Crowninshiehl 

Masooka, Edmund Heard 



Matkah, C. W. Whittier 
Mavoshen, B. B. Crowninshield 
Mistral, Franklin H. Ross 
Myrtle, Charles R. Holman 
Nancy, Henry Taggard 
Nyroca, C. M. Keep 
Onda II. John Greenough 
Owl, Rowland Twombly 
Penguin, Henry Wheeler 
Pompano, W. E. C. Eustis 
Porcupine, J. Tracy Eustis 
Privateer II, A. Wilder Pollard 
Regina, Reginald Foster 
Retriever, Henry P. Benson 
Ripple, W. H. Johnson 
Rowena, Robert S. Peabody 
Roxane, Emor H. Harding 
SaUy IX, L. F. Percival 
Scud, Herbert Foster Otis 
Secret, A. P. Loring 
Snark III, Gorham Bacon 
Sphinx, Samual C. Davis 
Spokane II, F. Lewis Clark 
Sport, Chas. J. Paine 
Sumatra, Francis Skinner 
Tarpon, E. S. Grew 
Tramp, E. Hamlin and G. P. Hamlin 
Typhoon, Chas. A. Morse 
Urchin, John Greenough 
Vega, Edgar Pierce 
Venire, Wm. C. Lorina; 
Vim, Henry A. Morse 
Wawa, Stephen Decatur 
Wizard, Francis W. Sargent 
♦Gasolene auxiliary 



BOSTON 1 

(Not < 


{A 

•Drrt'ctt- 


CHT CLUB. 

(1 li.r llliiN.j 




OFFICERS 1 




COMMOr 


OHK 


EDWARD P. 


BOYNTON 


Schooner "Magnolia" 1 


VICE-COMMODORE 




FOR ONE YEAR 


ALFRED DOUGLASS 




Benjamin P. Cheney, Hef'j):ht S. Potter 
Charles D. Lanning, Elmer F. Smith 


Schooner "Shiyessa" 




membership COMMiriEE 


REAR-COMMODORE 




FOR TWO years 


J. FRED BROWN 




Walter C. Lewis, Chairman 


Schooner "Mariette" 




George H. Street, L. B. Goodspeed 


SECRETARY-TREASURER 




Arthur Prince Hawes 


WALTER BURGESS 




for one year. 


ILEET CAPTAIN 




HoLLis Burgess, Lawrence F. Percival 


HENRY J. THAYER 




Charles E. Lauriat, Jr., Secrett.t v 


FLEET SURGEON 




HofjSE COMMITTEE 


SAMUEL CROWELL, M. D. 




J. J. Souther, Chairman 






MEASURER 




Sumner H. Foster, H. Lundberg 


NORMAN L. SKENE 




George G. Williams 
T. Wolcott Powers, Secretary 


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 






Edward P. Boynton, Chairman 




regatta committee 


Alfred Douglass 




for one year 


J. Fred Brown, Bryan S. Permar 


Bryan S. Permar, Chairman 


J. J. Souther, Walter C. Lewis 




Walter Burgess, Secretary 




for two years. 


Members ex-officiis 




George P. Keith, Frederick P. Bowden 




David A. Weir, Percy Hodges 


FOR two years 






Charles A. French, Sumner H. Foster 


FOR one year 


Charles E. Lauriat, Jr. 




C Barton Pratt 


George G. Williams 




Georg B. Doane, Secretary 


HONORARY 


MEMBERS 


Eben Denton, Boston 




Inspector, Assistant Ins jector and Engineer, 


Nathaniel G. Herreshoff, Bristol, R. I. 




Second Lighthouse District 


William B. Lambert, South Boston 




Commander of the Revenue Cutter, Boston 


E. M. Padelford, Washington, D. C. 




Harbor Station 


Sir Thomas J. Lipton, Bart. K. C. V. 


O. 


Harbor Master, Port of Boston 


LIST 


OF MEMBERS. 


Abbott, Albert R., Boston 




Bacon, William H., Boston 


Adams, Charles E., Boston 




Bacon, William R., Boston 


Adams, Charles F., 2d, Boston 




Badger, Walter I., Boston 


Adams, F. Russell, Kingston 




Bailey, Herbert B., Boston 


Adams, Melvin O., Boston 




Baker, E. Frank, Boston 


Adams, William T., Boston 




Baker, Henry C, Boston 


Addioks, J. Edward, Wilmington, Del 




Balch, John, Boston 


Alden, Charles H., Boston 




Bangs, William H., Boston 


Alden, John G., Boston 




Barnard, Coolidge, Dorchester 


Aldrich, Addison L., Boston 




Barron, Clarence W., Cohasset 


Aldrich, Talbot, Boston 




Bartlett, Arthur, Marblehead 


Amerige, George M., Boston 




Beebe, Lawrence, Melrose 


Ames, William H., Boston 




Bicknell, George J., Boston 


Amory, Arthur, Boston 




Bigelow, Alanson, ,Jr., Cohasset and Boston 


Amory, John L., Boston 




Bigelow, Albert S., Boston 


Amsden, B. D., South Boston 




Bigelow, Joseijh S., Jr., Boston and Cohasset 


Amster, N. L., Boston 




Binney, Arthur, Boston 


Anderson, Larz, Brookline 




Blake, William S., Somerville 


Andres, Eugene C, Boston 




Bliss, Arthur T., Boston 


Andrews, David H., Boston 




Bliss, E. J., Boston 


Anthony, S. Reed, Boston 




Bliss, James F., Boston 


Appleton, Harry G., Boston 




Bockus, Charles E., Boston 


Armstrong, 0. S., Cambridge 




Bogardus, Frederic R., Boston 


Arnold, Allen, Boston 




Boggs, Edwin P., Boston 


Ayer, PVed F., New York City 




Bolan, Joel C, Brookline 


Bacon, Charles F., Boston 


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Bolster, Stanley M., Boston 



Bonney, George M., Boston 
Borden, Jefferson, Fall River 
Borden, Fred H., Dorchester 
Bowden, Frederic P., Boston 
Bowden, Herbert Lincoln, Boston 
Bowditch, Arthur H., Boston 
liovntciii, IvlwanI 1'.. Boston 
l5o,viiton, Paul 11.. .Mr.ii'onl 
Hrackett, Ivlwiu K., iJorchester 
Hraillmr.v. WilUam H., Boston 
Brad.^trcet , Augustus B., Boston 
Hr.aiistrei't, Samuel, Sea View 
Bray, Mellen N., Boston 
Brazier, Charles G., Boston 
Bremer, S. Parker, Boston 
Bridgeo, W. G., Marblehead 
Bridgham, Frederic C, Boston 
Briggs, Frederick H,. Boston 
Brooks, Charles D., Brookline 
Broughton, Horace L.,. Marblehead 
Brown, A. S., Jr., Boston 
Brown, Jacob Fred, Boston 
Brown, William H., Marblehead 
Bruce, Charles M., Boston 
Bruce, George E., Boston'" 
Bryant, Charles M., Boston 
Bryant, John, Boston 
Buckley, C. C, Boston 
Burgess, Charles P., Brookline 
Burgess, Hollis, Boston 
Burgess, Walter, Boston 
Burgess, W. Starling, Marblehead 
Burrage, Albert C, Boston 
Butler, Paul, Lowell 
Butler, William M., Boston 
Buxton, Edward W., Boston 
Campbell, Wallace M., Boston 
Carlton, W'illiam L., Boston 
Garret, James W., Boston 
Carter, Clarence H., Boston 
Carter, Charles H., Boston 
Carter, Henry H., Boston 
Cary, A. Claxton, New York City 
Gary, William Avery, Boston 
Casey, James D., Boston 
Cass, Warren A., South Boston 
Chadwick, Elmer A., Lynn 
Chamberlain, William H., Marblehead 
Chandler, Charles A., Salem, 
Chandler, Cleveland A., Brookline 
Chandler, Harold L., Dorchester 
Chapin, Charles W., Boston 
Chase, Josiah B., Jr., Boston 
Chase, Ralph M., Boston 
Cheney, Benjamin P., Boston 
Chesterton, A. W^., Boston 
Childs, Albert W., West Harpswell, Me 
Chrimes, Walter A. S., Boston 
Chul)b, William B., Boston 
Claflin, Thomas M., Cambridge 
Clapp, B. P. C, Dorchester 
Clapp, Charles C., Boston 
Clapp, Edwin, E. Weymouth, 
Clapp, Eugene H., Boston 
Clark, Edmund S., Boston 
Clark, Joseph C, Boston 
Clark, Louis M., Boston 
Clarke, George F., Jamaica Plain 
Cody, Joseph H., Boston 
Coe, Charles A., Boston 
Coffin, George G., Boston 
Coffin, Rufus, Boston 
Cole, Charles Ward, Boston 
Cole, John F., Marblehead 
Coleman, C. A., Boston 
Collins, Fred B., Boston- 
Collins, John J., Boston 
CoUyer, George H., Boston 
Colter, John, Dorchester 



Connor, W. E., New York City • 

Converse, Harry E., Boston 

Cook, Charles S., Boston 

Cook, William A., Boston 

Cooley, Charles A., Brookline 

Corlew, Frank S., Boston 

Cotton, Walter G., Boston 

Cousens, Charles H., South Boston 

Crandon, L. R. G., Boston 

Crane, William H., Cohasset 

Crosby, Freeman M., Boston 

Crosby, John D., Boston 

Cross, Alexander W., Boston 

Cross, Charles F., Boston 

Crowe, Myron L., Boston 

Crowell, Samuel, Dorchester 

Crowley, J. G., Boston 

Crowninshield, B. B., Boston 

Crouse, Milledge E., Weston 

Cunniff, M. M., Boston 

Cunningham, J. H., Boston 

Curran, John J., Jr., Dorchester 

Curtis, George O., Roxbury 

Gushing, David S., Boston 

Cushman, George W., Boston 

Cutler, Frank E., Somerville 

Cutler, Frederic F., Boston 

Cutler, George C, Boston 

Dane, Chester L., Boston 

Davis, Bancroft C., Weston 

Davis, Charles Henry, South Yarmouth 

Davis, Luther, Dorchester 

Dayfoot, John B., Cambridge 

Dean, Walter L., Boston 

Denton, Eben, Boston 

Desmond, George Henri, Boston 

Devereaux, Charles B., Boston 

Devine, Thomas F., Boston 

Dewick, Frank A., Boston 

Dickerman, Frank E., Boston 

Dill, George A., Boston 

Doane, George B., Boston 

Doherty, James J., Boston 

Doherty, Joseph E., Boston 

Doherty, William Oliver, Marblehead 

Donovan, Edward J., Boston 

Douglass, Alfred, New York City and 
AUerton 

Dow, Charles E., Boston 

Dow, Stephen R., Boston 
Downes, F. O., Boston 
Drake, Herbert T., Boston 
Drewsen, John, Boston 
Drummey, N. D., Boston 
Duncan, Payson W., Boston 
Dunne, F. L., Boston 
Durfee, George B., Fall River 
Dutton, J. Winthrop, Boston 
Dwelly, William H., Jr., Boston 
Dyer, J. Justin, Boston 
Dyer, Reuben K., Portland, Me. 
Eames, George F., Boston 
Early, John, Cambridge 
Eaton, Charles S., Boston 
Eaton, C. L., Boston 
Eaton, Edward E., Boston 
Eaton, William S., Boston 
Eldridge, Edric, Boston 
Ellis, Augustus H., Boston 
Elston, A. A., Boston 
Elston, John F., Boston 
Emerson, Clifford C., Boston 
Emerson, Nathaniel W., Boston 
Endres, Philip E., Boston and Hull 
Estabrook, Frederick, Boston 
Eustis, John P., Boston 
Eustis, W. E. C, Boston 
Fallon, John B., Jr., Charlestown 
Farnham, Henry H., Peabody 




Monument Making 

like any other high-grade artistic work, must be done by the most finished 
artists only, and with none but the best of materials. 

My life work has been the making of memorials of every high-grade 
description. Only the finest of granite is used in making 

Miller Monuments 

Artists, not mere stone cutters, do the carving. The designs are origi- 
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Farnham, B. King, Boston 

Farnsworth, Vincent, Boston 

Faught, George N., Boston 

Felton, Fred L., West Newton 

Ferguson, Frank W., Boston 

Ferrin, Frank M., Boston 

Ferris, Lynde R., Boston 

Filene, Edward A., Boston 

Finlay, Albert W., Boston 

Fish, William G., Boston 

Fisher, Edgar G., Boston 

Fiske, John L., Boston 

Fitz, George W., Boston 

Fitzpatrick, John B., Boston 

Flanders, Wallace F., Boston 

Fleming, William H., Boston 

Flint, Laurence B., Boston 

Forbes, W. H., Boston 

Foss, Charles W., Boston 

Foster, C. H. W., Boston 

Foster, Dwight N., Boston 

Foster, Herbert I., Boston 

F'oster, Sumner H., Boston 

Fowle, Leonard M., Boston 

Fowler, Edward E., Boston 

French, Charles A., Boston 

French, Phineas, South Boston 

Friend, Archer D., Boston 

Friend, Harry L., Boston 

Friend, Herman W., Boston 

Fuller, C. E., Boston 

Fuller, Charles E., Wellesley 

Fuller, George A., Boston 

Galvin, Thomas F., Boston 
Gay, Frederick L, Brookline 

Gay, William Otis, Boston 

Gibson, Charles E., Boston 

Gibson, George A., Boston 

Gilbert, Horatio, Boston 

Gilbert, James P., Warren, O., and Hull, Mass. 

Gilman, Edward M., Boston 

Glidden, James H., Boston 

Goddard, F. C., Boston 

Goode, Francis C, Marblehead 

Goodspeed, L. B., Boston 

Goodwin, Charles, Marblehead 

Goodwin, Herbert S. Marblehead 

Gove, Wesley A., Boston 

Gowing, Earl H., Boston 

Gray, Elmer E., Boston 

Greene, Henry J., Worcester 

Griggs, George H., Winthrop 

Gurney, F^rank P., East Boston 

Hall, D. Almy, Boston 

Hall, George R., Boston 

Hallett, Daniel E., Boston 

Halsall, William F., Boston 

Ham, William J., Boston 

Hanks, Charles Stedman, Boston 

Hannum, Leander M., Cambridge 

Hansel, Howell, Boston 

Hanson, Herbert F., Boston 

Hapgood, Lyman S., Cambridge 

Harlow, Arthur B., Boston 

Harris, Alfred S., Boston 

Hart, Thomas N., Boston 

Hartshorn, Horace C, Boston 

Harvey, J. Fred, Boston 

Hathaway, Gardner R., Marblehead 

Hawes, Arthur Prince, Boston 

Hayden, Charles, Boston 

Hayward, Frederick L., Boston 

Hayward, H. W., Boston 

Heinzen, Karl F., Boston 

Hemenway, Augustus, Boston 

Hendrie, Ernest, Boston 

Herreshoff, Nathaniel G., Bristol, R. I. 

Hickey, James A., Boston 

Hills, George E., Boston 



Hodges, Percy, Boston 

Hodgson, Edgar W., Boston 

Hoffman, Jacob W., Boston 

Hollander, T. Clarence, Boston 

Hollingsworth, Ellis, Boston 

Holmes, Edwin B., Boston 

Holt, J. Estes, Boston 

Holway, Charles O., Auburn, Me. 

Hooper, Foster, Boston 

Hooper, James R., Boston 

Horgan, Frank T., Boston ■ 

Howard, Francis A., Boston 

Howe, Elmer P., Boston 

Howes, F>ank M., Cambridge 

Hoyt, Lowell D., Boston 

Hubbard, Frank W., Boston 

Hunt, Merrill, Boston 

Hutchins, Ferdinand, Boston 

Hutchinson, Harry, Boston 

Hutchison, Richard, Boston 

Hyde, Benjamin D., Boston 

Ide, F>ancis L., Boston 

Jaastad, Amund U., Boston 

Jackson, Henry D., Boston 

Jackson, Herbert W., Boston 

Jackson, Willard B., Marblehead 

Jacobs, Timothy E., Boston 

James, Charles L., Boston 

Jenney, Alexander S., Boston 

Jenney, Bernard, South Boston 

Jenney, William T., Boston 

Jewell, Edward C, Boston 

Jones, Allen C, Boston 

Jones, Chester T., Dorchester 

Jones, Clarence W., Boston 

Jones, F^rederick E., Boston 

Jones, Henry M., Kingston 

Jordan, L. Stewart, Boston 

Joyce, William H. Baltimore, Md.; Summer, 

Marblehead Neck 
Kearns, W. F., Boston 
Keepers, Ernest, Boston 
Keith, A. Paul, Longwood 
Keith, B. F., Brookline 
Keith, George P., Hudson 
Kelley, Fitzroy, Boston 
Kennedy, John A., Boston 
Kenney, Charles C, Boston 
Keyes, Walter Prescott, Newtonville; .Tune 

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Killeen, John B., Dorchester 
Kimball, Frank R., Boston 
King, Henry S., Boston 
King, Theodore W., Dorchester 
Kingsbury, D. B., Boston 
Kingsley, Frederick S., Boston 
Kollock, William B., Boston 
Kovach, Francis Joseph, Cambridge 
Knowles, James, Cambridge 
Lambert, William B., South Boston 
Lamson, Newton W., Boston 
Lanning, Charles D., Boston 
Lanning, James K., Boston 
Larrabee, Mclvah, Boston 
Latimer, H. A., Boston 
Lauriat, Charles E., Jr., Boston 
Lawley, George F., South Boston 
Lawrence, Samuel C, Medford 
Lawrence, Waldron G., Boston 
Lawson, Arnold, Boston 
Lawson, Thomas W., Boston 
Learnard, Arthur W., Boston 
Learnard, Harry D., Boston 
Lee, George, Boston 
Leonard, Joseph M., Roslindale 
Lewis, George A., Boston 
Lewis, Walter C, Boston 
Lincoln, Alfred L., Hingham 



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Lincoln, J. E., Boston 

Lindsey, Benjamin J., Marblehead 

Lipton, Sir Thomas J., Bart., K. C. V. O ., 

London, Eng. 
Litchfield, George E., Wollaston 
Litchfield, H. H., Boston 
Litchfield, William H., New Dorchester 
Locke, Albert N., Salem 
Lockhart, Albert E., Cambridge 
Lockhart, Charles H., Somerville 
Lombard, Ephraim, Hull 
Longfellow, Richard K., Boston 
Longridge, Thomas L., Cambridge 
Lord, William H., Boston 
Lorimer, Fred H., Roxbury 
Loring, Augustus P., Boston 
Loring, Caleb, Pride's Crossing and Boston 
Lothrop, Thornton K., Jr., Boston 
Loud, George D., Boston 
Lovitt, Frank, Yarmouth, N. S. 
Lucas, E. F., Corning, N. Y. 
Lundberg, Hjalmar, Boston 
Lunt, Charles Henry, Boston 
Lyford, Charles D., Boston 
Lynch, Hector E., Boston 
MacKelvie, N Bruce, New York City 
MacLearn, J. Scott, Dorchester 
Macomber, Frank G., Boston 
Macomber, Frank G., .Jr., Boston 
Madden, M. L., Boston 
Marston, Shirley, Boston 
Martin, John .L, Boston 
Mawhinney, H. H., Boston 
May, Charles F., South Boston 
May, George A., Boston 
Mayer, Richard, Boston ' 
McCormack, John J., Dorchester 
McElwain, J. Franklin, Boston 
Mclntyre, Alexander H., Boston 
McKay, George T., Marblehead 
McKay, Harold C, Dorchester 
McKie, William, East Boston 
McNally, James F., Boston 
McQueaten, Frank B., Boston 
Meade, John Paulding, Bostoii. 
Mears, Ralph H., Boston 
Merrick, Frank W., Boston 
Merrill, L L., Boston 
Merrill, William F., Boston 
Merriman, Arthur C., Leominster 
Merriman, Edward B., South Boston 
Merritt, Arthur, Boston 
Merritt, N. Thomas, Jr., Boston 
Middleton, Walter D., Boston 
Miller, Burton R., Boston 
Miller, James L., Boston; Summer, Hull 
Millet, Josiah B., Boston 
Mills, Isaac B., Boston 
Minot, Laurence, Boston 
Mitchell, William L., Boston 
Moffat, Robert T., Boston 
Moody, Arthur M., Boston 
Moore, John .1., Boston 
Morse, Charles H.-, Boston 
Morse, Harry F., Boston 
Morse, Henry W., Boston 
Morrison, James M., Boston 
Morrison, William P., Winthrop 
Morss, Henry A., Boston 
Moses, Guy P., Boston 
Moses, S. Preston, Boston 
Munch, Edward II., Boston 
Munro, F. P., Boston 
Murdough, A. B., Watertown 
Murphy, Charles F., Boston 
Murray, John J., Boston 
Npal, Frank R., Boston 
Needham, A. C, Boston 



Needham, John A., Mattapan 
Nichols, George E., Marblehead 
Nickerson, Sereno D., Boston 
North, James H., Boston 
Notman, James, Pictou, N. S. 
Norris, Thomas W., Boston 
Noyes, .Arthur A., Boston 
Nute, Herbert N., Boston 
Olmstead, John W., Ashmont 

Osborne, John J., New York City 

Owen, George, Winthrop Centre 

Packard, .\. Appleton, Boston 

Padelford, E. M., Washington, D. C. 
Page, Harold R., Boston 

Paine, Charles J., Boston 

Paine, William A., Boston 

Palmer, William F., Boston 

Pape, Eric, Annisquam 

Parker, Charles A., Boston 

Parker, J. Edgar, Marblehead 

Parkhill, Charles L. D., Boston 

Parsons Charles C, Boston 

Parsons, William E., Boston 

Patterson, W. .A., Boston 

Peabody, Frank E., Boston 

Pear, Charles B., South Boston 

Pearson, Horace B., Boston 

Pearson, Charles H., Boston 

Pease, William T. H., Boston 

Pennycuick, Charles M., Boston 

Percival, Lawrence F., Boston 

Perkins, Charles F., Boston 

Permar, Bryan S., Boston 

Perrin, Fred H., Dorchester 

Perrin, Stephen P., Boston 

Peters, G. Gorhaiu, Boston 

Pfaff, Charles, Boston 

Phillips, Leonard H., Boston 

Pierce, Joseph G., Boston 

Pierce, Samuel Stillman, Colorado Spgs, Col 

Poland, J. Warren, Wakefield 

Pollard, George E., Boston 

Pollard, Marshall S. P., Boston 

Pond, Albert E., Boston 

Pond, Robert L., Jr., Boston 

Poor, Charles F., Jr., Dorchester 

Pope, Albert A., Boston 

Pope, Eugene A., Boston 

Post, Peter J., Boston 

Potter, Herbert S., Boston 

Powell, Norman S., Boston 

Powers, Tudor Wolcott, Boston 

Poyen, John S., Amesbury 

Pratt, C. Barton, Boston; Summer, Hull 

Pray, Dudley M., South Boston 

Pridee, William H., Boston 

Priest, Fred K., Nashua, N. H. 

Prince, Morton, Boston 

Prior, William H., Boston 

Proctor, John H., Boston 

Quinn, Edward, Boston 

Rand, Howard C, Boston 

Raymond, Arthur C, Boston 

Reddy, Joseph A., Roxbury; Summer, Hull 

Remick, A. Davidson, Boston 

Remick, Eliot W., Boston; Summer, Marble- 
head 

Rice, Fred B., Boston 

Rice, George B., Boston 

Rich, Clarence A., Boston 

Rich, Isaac B., Boston 

Richardson, Frank C, Boston 

Richardson, W. G., Lieut., U. S. N., Bo.?ton 

Riley, Charles E., Boston 

Riley, Sidney H., Boston 

Roberts, Daniel C., Cambridgeport 

Roberts, Harry R., Boston 

Robinson, Daniel C, Boston; Summer, Man- 
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Robinson, Henry B., Boston 
Rogers, Gardner, Boston 
Rogers, George Vincent, Dorchester 
Rogers, Hamilton E., Lynn 
Rogers, Howard Lewis, Boston 
Rollins, Abbott H., Cambridge 
Ronimus, Ralph, Boston 
Rosentwist, Birger, G. A., Boston 
Ross, J. Harold, East Dennis, 
Rothe, A., Boston 
Rowe, Augustus H.. Boston 
Rowse, Walter W., Boston 
Ruddiek, William H., South Boston 
Rumpf, W. A., Boston 
Russ, Charles E., Somerville 
Santry, Joseph V., Roxbury 
Sargent, Ledyard, Cambridge 
Savage, Henry W., New York City 
Saville, William, Boston 
Schirmer, Frank A., Newton Centre 
Schlegelmilch, Leopold, Boston 
Schlegclmilch, Leo W., Boston 
Schoefifel, John B., Boston 
Scriven, Curtis W., Boston 
Seaman, James, Boston 
Sears, Edmund H., Boston 
Sears, George O., Boston 
Sears, Harold C, Boston 
Sears, Herbert M., Boston 
Sears, William R., Boston 
Seaverns, Clarence P., Boston 
Seeley, Augustus B., Boston 
Shattuck, Joseph, Jr., Springfield 
Shaw, Charles N., Boston 
Shaw, John, Boston 
Shaw, J. O., Boston 
Shaw, Joseph T., Boston 
Shaw, Walter, Boston 
Sheddon, William F., Boston 
Shepard, L. D., Boston 
Sherburne, Charles W., Boston 
Sherriffs, William E., Hull 
Shevlin, T. L., Boston 
Silsby, Frederick B., Boston 
Simpson, Frank E., Boston 
Sise, Lyman, West Medford 
Skinner, Francis, Jr., Dedham 
Skene, Norman L., Boston 
Slade, Walter W., Boston 
Smith, Benjamin A., Gloucester 
Smith, Dexter M., Boston 
.Smith, Elmer F., Roxbury," 
Smith, Franklin 1., North Cambridge 
Smith, Frederick S., Boston 
Smith, Harrison W., Boston 
Smith, L. Waldo, Brookline 
Smith, Winnfield S., Boston 
Soule, Launcelot P., Boston 
Souther, Joaquin J., Boston 
Spaulding, J. T., Boston 
Spaulding, L. H., Lowell 
Spaulding, William S., Boston 
Speare, Lewis R., Boston 
Spurr, Howard W., Boston 
Starratt, Herbert R., Roxbury 
Stearns, H. B., Westwood 
Stearns, William B., Marblehead 
Stebbins, N. L., Boston 
Stephenson, Ralph A., Boston 
Stetson, John A., Boston 
Stevenson, Norman, Boston 
Stone, Albert, Boston 
Stone, Albert Jr., Boston 
Stone, D. Robert, Boston 
Street, George H., Boston 
Streeter, Frank F., South Boston 
Sughrue, M. J., Boston 
Sullivan, William J., Boston 
Summers, Augustus M., Dorchester 



Sumner, John, Boston 

Sweeney, James F., Boston 

Talbot, George N., Boston 

Tarbell, Edmund H., Boston 

Taylor, Thomas L, Brookline 

Taylor, Thomas, Jr., Boston 

Tent, Frank, Boston 

Thacher, T. W., Boston 

Thayer, Henry J., Boston 

Thayer, William H., Boston 

Thompson, Wintield M., Boston 

Tidd, Charles W., Boston 

Tilley, David F., Boston 

Tilley, William J., Quincy 

Tillinghast, Charles F., Providence, R. I. 

Tobey, S. Edwin, Boston 

Tompkins, Eugene, Boston 

Tower, Benjamin C., Boston 

Tower, J. Augustus, Boston 

Towle, George N., Boston 

Towle, John F., Boston 

Trainer, Harry R., Boston 

Triggs, Frank J., Boston 

Tripp, Frank F., Roxbury 

Trowbridge, Walter B., Boston 

Tucker, Charles B., Marblehead 

Tucker, Greenleaf R., Boston 

Turner, William D., Boston 

Tuttle, R. A., Boston 

Tweed, Harrison, Cambridge 

Umbstaetter, H. D., Boston 

Underhill, A. P., Dorchester 

Upton, King, Boston 

Upton, Roger, Marblehead 

Van Namen, R., Boston 

Van Pelt, A. H., Boston 

Vaughan, Benjamin, Boston 

Ver Planck, Edward D., Boston 

Very, Nathaniel T., Salem 

Vialle, Herbert B., Boston 

Vialle, G. Walter, Boston 

Vinal, Arthur H., Boston 

Vinson, Thomas M., Boston 

Wade, Levi C, Lynn 

Wales, Nathaniel, Jamaica Plain 

Ware, William M., Boston 

Washburn, Thomas G., Boston 

Watts, J. Murray, Neponset 

Webster, George A., Boston 

Weeks, Herry W., Boston 

Weeks, W. B. P., Boston 

Weir, David A., Boston 

Welch, Charles A., Jr., South Boston 

Welch, Edward S., Boston; After May I, Hull 

Welch, Francis C, Boston 

Weld, Charles G., Boston 

Welsh, Willard, Boston 

Wendell, B. T., Boston 

Wesson, H. W., Boston 

Weston, H., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Whaley, W. B. Smith, Boston 

Wheater, William A., Boston 

Wheeler, Clifton H., Boston 

Wheeler, George W., Boston; After June 10, 

Hull 
Wheelock, Harold S., Boston 
White, Charles F., Boston 
White, Frank E., Boston 
White, Herbert H., Cambridge 
White, Ralph H., Boston 
Whitmore, Alvin F., Marblehead 
Whitney, Charles E., Vineyard Haven and 

Boston 
Whitney, Frederick, Boston 
Whitney, James Scollay, Brookline 
Whitney, R. S., Boston 
Whitney, William F., Boston; Summer, 

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Whittier, H. B., Boston 

Whitten, Paul E., Boston 

Wiggin, Harry H., Boston 

Wightman, George H., Boston; Summer, 

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Wightman, George W., Brookline; Summer, 

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Wild, Benjamin F., Boston 
WiUey, George E., Boston 
Willis, Arthur, Boston 
Willis, Harold, Boston 
Williams, Channin^, Boston 
Williams, David W.. Boston 
Williams, Gardner B., Boston 
Williams, George G., Boston 



Williams, Malcolm, Boston 
Williams, Ralph B., Boston 
Wilson, Adrian, Boston 
Wilson, George A., Brighton 
Wilson, William H., Boston 
Winn, George L., Leominster 
Winship, William H., Boston 
Winsor, .Sanford C, Boston 
Winton, Alexander, Cleveland, Ohio 
Withum, Harold G., Marblehead 
Woodbury, Marston, Boston 
Wright, Albert J., Boston 
Wright, George L., North Andover 
Wright, Harry, Boston 
Young, Charles E., Jr., Brighton 



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A. C, George H. Wightman 

Adelaide, Hamilton E. Rogers 

Again, L. B. Goodspeed 

Aimee, Channing Williams 

Alice, F. J. Triggs 

Alice, Vincent Farnsworth 

Alice, John H. Procter 

Alison, Willard B. Jackson 

Al Kyris, A. M. Moody 

AUis, A. U. Jaastad 

Ameria, Charles W. Sherburne 

America, Paul Butler 

Anago, Merrill Hunt 

Anne, C. Barton Pratt 

Annie M., Paul Boynton 

Arab, Augustus M. Summers 

Arbeka IL Frederick P. Bowden 

Ariel, George W. Wheeler 

Arria, Walter G. Cotton 

Aspinet, Stanley M. Bolster 

Athena, Charles E. Gibson 

Athene, William O. Gay 

Atricilla, W. B. P. Weeks 

Attila, Charles Henry Davis 

Aztec, Albert C. Burrage 

Bacchante II, Charles E. Lauriat, Jr. 

Bantam, Daniel C. Roberts 

Barbara, Augustus P. Loring 

Barnacle, W. E. C. Eustis 

Because, George A. Webster 

Bethulia, Talbot Aldrich 

Betty, Joseph T. Shaw 

Black Hawk, Charles E. Gibson 

Bohemian, Charles M. Bruce 

Bohemian, W. J. Sullivan 

Bonifor, G. W. Wightman 

Bromo, Albert R. Abbott 

Brownie, A. S. Brown, Jr. 

Brunhilde, Stephen R. Dow 

Brynhild, Elmer F. Smith 

Bumble Bee, Elmer F. Smith 

Caprice, George L. Wright 

Carina II, Harold S. Wheelock 

Caramba, C. H. W. Foster 

Carrie B., William S. Blake 

Cegea, David H. Andrews 

Chester Ivilbourne, Fred K. Priest 

Che wink IV, Frank G. Macomber, Jr 

Chewink VI, F. G. Macomber, Jr. 

Chewmk VII, F. G. Macomber, Jr. 

Chickadee, Frank E. Peabody 

Chiquita, Harold C. Sears 

Christine, Samuel Crowe' I 

Chunee, L. M. Fowle 

Cigarette, William H. Ames 

Clara, Walter Burgess 

Clarice, J. Fred Harvey 

Clarice, F. B. Silsby 

Clarina, Charles S. Hanks 



Clethra, Alanson Bigelow, Jr. 

Clio, William D. Turner 

Clique, Reuben K. Dyer 

Clitheroe, Walter L. Dean 

Comanche, Augustus Hemenway 

Comet III, E. M. Gilman 

Constellation, Francis Skinner, Jr. 

Coot, George E. Litchfield 

Corinthian, Benjamin C. Tower 

Coronilla, Albert J. Wright 

Courier, B. F. Keith 

Cuyamel, F. R. Bogardus and W. R. Bacon 

Cwag, Alfred Douglass 

Cygnet, Arnold Lawson 

Davy Jones, George O. Curtis, 

Delna, Arthur Merritt 

Dervish, Henry A. Morss 

Diamond, Earle H. Gowing and John J. 

Moore 
Dione, F. F. Streeter 
Dixie, Willard Welsh 
Dixie, William H. Lord 
Dolphin, Herman W. Friend 
Dorchen, Albert W. Finlay 
Doris, S. Reed Anthony 
Dorothea, Luther Davis 

Dorothy Q. Hollis Burgess and Fred'k L. Gay 
Eagle, Frank S. Corlew 
Early Dawn III, Joseph E. Doherty 
Ebisu, Harrison W. Smith 
Edith, W. A. Rumpf 
Eileen, Charles F. Poor, Jr. 
Elaine, A. W. Chesterton 
Electra, John J. McCormack 
Elizabeth, D. R. Stone 
Elkhorn, H. F. Hanson 
EUesmere, Elmer E. Gray 
Enola, Edward S. Buxton 
Escort, Hollis Burgess 
Essex, B. B. Crowninshield and John G. 

Alden 
Etsy, William D. Turner 
Evelyn, G. Napier Towle 
Explorer, .\rthur A. Noyes 
Faalua, G. Gorham Peters 
Fancy, C. W. Barron 
Flicker, Percy Hodges 

Florada II, Jas. L. Miller and Philip E. Endres 
Floradora, Ellis Hollingsworth 
Florence III, Joseph A. Reddy 
Foam, Frederick L. Gay 
Frances, E. M. Padelford 
Friendship II, Horatio Gilbert 
Frendship VI, A. D. Friend and H. L. Friend 
Gee Whiz III, Lawrence F. Percival 
Gertrude, John J. Osborne 
Gobbo, Launcelot P. Soule 
Goldenrod, George E. Bruce 
Gorilla, Daniel C. Roberts 



:U\ WHO'S WHO ALONG 


THE NORTH SHORE 




Gotoit, Charles Henry Davis 


Marie, J. V. Santry 




Grebe, Alfred S. Harris 


Marie L., George Lee 




Gretcheii, Daniel C. Robinson 


Mariette, J. Fred Brown 




Gringo, William H. Brown 


Marjorie, Henry W. Savage 




Gundred, B. ^'aughan 


Marmee, George H. Collyer 




Haljen, Harry R. Roberts 


Mawagra II, J. P. Eustis 




Handsel, James H. Hooper 


May, Freeman M. Crosby 




Harmar, H. Weston 


Mayflower, H. H. Litchfield 




Harriet, .John Early 


M. Cocktail, Albert N. Locke 




Heron, Walter I. Badger 


Meave, Alfred Douglass 




Hiawatha, G. Walter and Herbert B. Vialle 


Meda, Samuel Bradstreet 




Hiawatha, A. C. Merriman 


Medric II, Edric Eldridge 




Hopalong, Richard Hutchison 


Mercedes, B. P. Cheney 




Hope, Herbert M. Sears 


Merlin, Henry J. Thayer 




Hope, W. J. Ham 


Midget, Epliraim Lombard 




Hope Leslie, Laurence Minot 


Mildred II, S. Preston Moses 




Hullaballoo, F. C. Welch 


Minerva, Walter Shaw 




Hullo, Boston Yacht Club 


Minister, Francis C. Welch 




Hun, Charles Henry Davis 


Mink, S. Preston Moses 




Idalia, Eugene Thompkins 


Minna, Frank E. Dickerman 




Idella, B. D. Amsden 


Minx, J. Winthrop Dutton 




Idle Hour, Eugene H. Clapp 


Mirage II, John W. Olmstead 




Idlewild, B. F. Wild 


Mischief, S. Preston Moses 




Ildico, Charles Henry Davis 


MoUie, John J. Collms 




Ilybius, Melvin O. Adams 


Monomoy, B. P. C. Clapp 




Imp, Frank E. Cutler 


Monsoon, W. W. Slade 




Indra, I. I>. Merrill 


Monataka, C. L. Eaton 




lone, Charles E. Fuller 


M. T. B. F., F. M. Ferrin 




Iris, R. S. Whitney 


Mudjekeewis, Sam'l Bradstreet 




Iris, J. S. Bigelow, Jr. 


My Gypsy, Thomas W. Lawson 




Isis, W. S. and J. T. Spaulding 


Myrtle, J. Estes Holt 




Isis, Frank R. Neal, 


Nabob, John G. Alden and James W. Car 


■et 


Iwaki, Elmer A. Chadwick 


Narcissus, Charles A. French 




Jack Rabbit, Ernest Keepers 


Nashawena, Edwin P. Boggs 




Jacobin, Theodore W. King 


Natma, Charles D. Lyford 




Janice, Fred H. Borden 


Nauset, Harold R. Page and Lawrence Beebe 


Jester, Wintield M. Thompson 


Nautilus, John D. Crosby 




Jounona, H. Lundberg 


Nereid, Charles Henry Lunt 




Juanita, F. B. McQuesten 


Nicknack, Edwin B. Holmes 




Juanita, L. D. Shepard 


Nicknack II, Edwin B. Holmes 




Jubilee, Charles J. Paine 


Nightingale, Elmer F. Smith 




Jule, B. P. Cheney 


Nike, Howard L. Rogers 




Julia, S. W. E. Sherriffs 


Nogo, Winfield Smith 




Kasagi, George E. Hills 


Nokomis, L. R. G. Crandon and Edw. C. 


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Katharine, Walter D. Middleton 


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Katharine, Arthur B. Harlow 


Nutmeg, Allen C. Jones 




Kathleen, Henry H. Carter 


Nutmeg II, Allen C. Jones 




Keturah, T. W. Thacher 


Nydia, Bancroft G. Davis 




Kiowa, W. H. Bradbury 


Octolee, E. H. Tarbell 




Kit, H. B. Whittier 


Ogarita, A. E. and C. H. Lockhart 




Kiuna, A. W. and H. D. Learnard 


Olga, Aug. M. Summers 




Kuzn, Burton R. Miller 


Ono, Edw. Quinn 




L'Aiglon, E. W. Hodgson 


Opitsah II, William A. Paine 




Lala, A. Winton 


Optima, A. D. Remick 




La Reine, William M. Ware 


Orestes, Caleb Loring 




Lark, W. G. Richardson 


0. Shima San, F. J. Kovach 




Lillian, Vincent Farnsworth 


Owl, John Balch 




Lillian, Fred S. Smith 


Palm, William F. Palmer 




Little Hope, T. K. Lothrop, Jr. 


Pals, Charles W. Cole 




Little Miss, Bryan S. Permar 


P.antooset, Albert S. Bigelow 




Little Rhody, Charles F. Tillinghast 


Parthenia, Harry E. Converse 




Little Rhody II, Charles F. TiUinghast 


Pepita, Arthur P. Hawes 




Llewelyn, F. W. Merrick 


Peregrine, Ralph H. White 




Lorelei, B. P. Cheney and C. D. I^anning 


Perhaps, 0. S. Armstrong 




Lotis, Frank P. Gurney 


Phihjpena, Louis M. Clark 




Louise, F. C. Bridgham 


Physalia, Joseph S. Bigelow, Jr. 




Lurline II, J. Paulding Meade 


Pippin, Alanson Bigelow, Jr. 




Mab, John Shaw 


Polly, Howard L. Rogers 




Magnolia, E. P. Boynton 


Pompano, W. E. C. Eustis 




Magonk, George V. Rogers 


Ponemah, Charles E. Riley 




Mahdeen, A. C. Needham 


I'ontiac, William F. Whitney 




Malay, Charles (L Weld 


Prosit, J. B. SchoefTel 




Malvine, F. M. Crosby 


Prowler, Charles E. Dow 




Manana, Henry M. Jones 


Quakeress, George M. Amerige 




Manchester, C. F. Adams, 2d 


Quill II, John F. Cole 




Marblehead, W. H. Joyce and S. H. Foster 


Quissetta, W. E. C. Eustis 




Marceline, W. H. Dwelly, Jr. 


Rambler, J. H. Cunningham 




Mareta, H. Hutchinson 


Ramona, Mellen N. Bray 




Margaret, Harry Wright 


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Rembha, T. M. Vinson 

Right-o-way, I.ewis R. Speare 

Roamer, Nathaniel G. Herreshoff 

Rosalie, Elmer E. Gray 

Runaway Girl, Harrison Tweed 

Ruth, Horace C. Hartshorn 

Sabot, Lyman Sise 

Sabrina, J. B. Millet 

Sagamore II, Levi C. Wade 

Sagamore III, Levi C. Wade 

Sally VIII, Lawrence F. Percival 

Sally IX, Lawrence F. Percival 

Sanderling, James H. Glidden 

Savitar. Frank Lovitt 

Scapegoat, Walter P. Keyes 

Scat, Fred B. Collins 

Scud, Harry W. Weeks 

Shaw Sheen, Ledyard Sargent 

Shawna, E. J. Bliss 

Sheerwater, L. H. Spaulding 

Shiyessa, Alfred Douglass 

Shooflv, Richard Hutchison 

Shur, M. S. P. Pollard 

Sinbad, J. Harold Ross 

Sinbad, L. H. Spaulding 

Siren, George B. Doane 

Sirona, Clarence W. Jones 

Sis, Charles C. Kenney 

Smelt, H. S. Potter and J. J. Souther 

Smelt, W. E. C. Eustis 

Spark, William T. Jenney 

Squantum, C. M. Bryant 

Stymie, T. E. Jacobs 

Sue, T. Wolcott Powers 

Sula, H. B. Bailey 

Sunrise, George F. Eames 

Sunshine, Frederick L. Gay 

Swastika, Frank M. Howes 

Tabasco IV., Harry H. Wiggin 

Tad, F. L. Dunne 

Tahmineh, Francis L. Ide 

Tama, F. L. Dunne 

Tanager, Charles W. Foss 

Tantrum, Chester T. Jones 



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Teaser, John Colter 
Templar, Joel C. Bolan 
Tethys, William McKie 
Thea II, Clifton H. Wheeler 
Theodora, M. E. Crouse 
Thetis, S. Reed Anthony 
Tooggles, Hector E. Lynch 
Torino, T. C. Hollander 
Tramp, William O. Gay 
Tramp, W. A. Wheater 
Trilby, Norman L. Skene 
Tunipoo, Charles A. Cooley 
Turtle, Arthur Amory 
Tyro, William H. Joyce 
Ullala, F. Collier Goode 
Ulula II, William H. Winship 
Unome, Alfred L. Lincoln 
Ursula, Albert Stone 
Usona, Alfred L. Lincoln 
Vandal, George H. Street 
Velthra, S. Parker Bremer 
Ventura, Horace B. Pearson 
Vera, R. Van Namen 
Veritas, Charles H. Morse 
Vidofner, Charles A. Welch, Jr. 
Vim, Frank W. Ferguson 
Vision, Bancroft C. Davis 
Vitesse II, Paul E. Whitten 
Viva, Eric Pape 
Wacondah, Charles Hayden 
Warrior, San ford C. Winsor 
Wasaka. Charles E. Adams 
Wasp, H. H. Farnham 
Watanna II, Edgar G. Fisher 
Whew, Edward S. Welch 
Whisker, A. Rothe 
Wild Goose, Herbert H. White 
Wink, Charles E. Bockus 
Wyvern, R. K. Longfellow 
Yankiana, Howell Hansel 
Yenoh, Herbert S. Potter 
Zahra, William M. Butler 
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NAHANT 

Nahant has a population of 1200, and can be readied by boat 
from Boston and T.,ynn, and by electrics from I^ynn. Fare by boat 
from Boston, 25 cents; by boat from Lynn, 5c.; by electrics, from 
B. & M. station, 13 cents. 



HOTELS: Bass Point House, Relay House, 
Tudor, Trimountain, Bay Side Inn, Edge- 
hill. 

BOARDING HOUSES: Johnson Home- 
stead, Rockledge, Whitney Homestead. 

CHURCHES: Congregational, Episcopal, 
St. Thomas Roman Catholic. 

POSTMASTER: Thomas J. Cusick. 

CHIEF OF POLICE: T. F. Larkin. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: American, John- 
son's Express. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Bass 
Point House, Post Office, Hotel Tudor. 

SELECTMEN: Chas. D. Vary, H. C. Wilson, 
James A. Carahar. 

MAILS ARRIVE: 7.40, 1.30, 3.50. 
Sundays: 11.00. 

MAILS DEPART: 5.50, 11.35, 5-3o- 

Sundays: 5.30. 
POST OFFICE OPEN: 5 a. m. to 10.00 p. m. 

Sundays: 11.30 to 12.30. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY: Open, June ist to 
October ist (Sundays and holidays ex- 
cepted) 10 to I, 2 to 5. Wednesday 
and Saturday evenings 7 to 9. 
Librarian, Miss M. W. Perkins. 

BOATS FROM BOSTON: 9.30, 2.20, 

5.10, 8.00. 

Sundays and Holidays: 9.45, 2.20, 5.00, 

7-45- 



BOATS TO BOSTON: 8.15. 11. 15, 3.30, 
6.15. 

Sundays and Holidays: 11.00, 3.40, 6.30. 

BOATS FROM LYNN: 8. .50, 9.25, 10.00, 10.35, 
11.10, 11.45, 12.20, 12.55, 1.30, 2.05, 2.40, 
3 15, 3.50, 4.25, 5.00, 5.30, 6.15, 6.50,7.25, 
8.00, 8.30,9.0.5,9.35, 10.05, 10.,30. 

Sundays: 8.50, 9.25, 10.00, 10.25, 10.50» 
11.15, 11.40, 12.05, 12.30, 12.55, 1.20, 1.45, 
2.10, 2.35, 3.00, 3.25, 3. .50, 4.15, 4.40, 5.05, 
5 30, 5..55, 6.20, 6.45, 7.10, 7.35, 8.00, 8.25, 
8. .50, 9.15, 9.40. 

BOATS TO LYNN: 9.25, 10.00, 10.35, 11.10, 
11.45, 12.20, 12.55, 130,2.05, 2.40, 3.15, 
3..50, 4.25, 5.00, 5.30, 6.15, 6..50, 7.25, 7.55, 
8.30, 9.00, 9.35, 10.05, 10.40, 11.05. 

Sundays: 9.25, 10.00, 10.35, 11.00, 11.25, 
11.50, 12.15, 12.40, 1.05, 1.30, 1.55, 2.20, 
2.45, 3.10, 3.35, 4.00, 4.25, 4.50, 5.15, 5.40, 
6.05, 6.30, 6.55, 7.20, 7.45, 8.10, 8.35, 9.00, 
9.25, 9.55, 10.20. 

ELECTRICS FROM LYNN: 6.07, 6.22, 6.37, 
6.52 A. M., and every 15 minutes to 1 1.22 
p. M. Last car leaves at 11.55 p- m. 
Sundays: 7.37, 7.52, 8.07, 8.22 a. m., and 
every fifteen minutes to 11.07 p. m. 

ELECTRICS TO LYNN: 6.00. 6. 1 5, 6.30,6.45 
A.M., and every 15 minutes to 11. 15 p. m. 
Last car leaves at 11 45 p. m. 
Sundays: 7.30, 7.45, 8.00,' 8.15 a. m., and 
everv fifteen minutes to 11.00 p. m. 



Abbott, G. St. L. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. (Vmcord. 

Amory, Arthur, 

Nahant, Sampson Cottage, Winter st. 
w. r. Boston, 113 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 48 Franklin st.; member firm of 
Amory, Browne & Co. 

Amory, Mrs. George W. 

Nahant, Winthop Cottage, Nahant 

Road. 
w. r. Boston, 36 1 Beacon st. 



Amory, Miss. 

With Mrs. Geo. W. Amory. 

Ayers, Orlando H. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Maiden, 48 Maplewood st. 

b. a. 26 Broadway, N. Y.; Auditor. 

Bancroft, C. F. 

Nahant, E. W. Codman estate, Sum- 
mer st. 
w. r. Boston, 159 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 84 State st.; Electrical Engineer. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Bancroft, Emma B. 

Xahant, Whitney homestead, 
w. r. Nahant. 

Baylies, Walter C. 

Xahanl. Upliam Estate, Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 5 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 48 Frankhn St.; member firm 
Amory, Browne & Co. 

Beal, Mrs. James H. 

Nahant, Lawn Chflf, Vernon and CHff 

St. 

w. r. Boston, 104 Beacon st. 

Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. 

Nahant, Willow road, 
w.r. Maplewood. 

b.a. Boston, 27 Beach st.; lace curtain 
mfgr. 

Bigelow, Mrs. Geo. T. 

Nahant, P. V. R. Ely, Winter st. 

w. r. Boston, 371 Commonwealth ave. 

Blake, Henry S. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 49 Massachusetts ave. 
b. a. 53 State st.; Broker. 

Blake, Mrs. James H. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 49 Massachusetts ave. 

Blanchard, Archibald 

Nahant, Wheatland Cottage, Nahant 

Road, 
w. r. Boston, 1091 Boylston st. 
b. a. 24 Congress st. ; Clerk. 

Blanchard, Harold. 

Nahant, Nahant Club. 

w. r. Boston, 8 Gloucester st. 

b. a. 53 State st.; Manager. 

Blanchard, John A. 

Nahant, Nahant Club. 

w. r. Boston, 925 Boylston st. 

b. a. 39 Court st. ; Law}'er. 

Boos, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 602 Centre st. 

Boos, Alice. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster. 

w.r. Jamaica Plain, 602 Centre st. 

Boyden, Mrs. Charles. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road. 

w. r. Boston, 224 Commonwealth ave. 



Boyden, Chas. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road. 

w. r. Boston, 230 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 28 State St.; Broker. 

Bradlee, Frederick W. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road. 
w. r. Boston, 107 Beacon st. 

Bradlee, Thomas S. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road. 
w. r. Boston, 107 Beacon st. 

Brann, Eugene H. 

Nahant, Bass Point. 
Proprietor, Relay House. 

Brooks, Frederick. 

Nahant "Edgehill,'' Nahant Road, 
w. r. Concord. 

Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. 

Nahant, Willow Road, 
w. r. Lynn, 15 Chase st. 
b. a. 134 Market st.; Cashier National 

City Bank. 
Children; Herbert P., 21 yrs.; Everett 

H. 18 yrs.; Dorothea L, 13 yrs.; 

Marion A., 7 yrs. 

Burrill, Rev. Arthur. 

Nahant, Winter st. 

Pastor Congregational Church, Nahant 

Butterworth, Elwell R. 

Nahant, W^illow Road. 

w. r. Somerville, 44 Benton Road. 

b. a. Cambridge st. 

Bryant, Dr. Virginia F. 

Nahant, Marginal road, 
w r. Nahant. 

Gary, Miss Georgiana S. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn. 
\v. r. Boston, 121 Marlborough st. 
b. a. 408 Fenw^av Studios, Boston; 
Artist. 

Gary, Miss Emma F. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn. 

w. r. Cambridge, 92 Brattle st. 

Case, C. C. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 77 Bedford st.; Manager. 

Catto, Wm. 

Nahant, Willow Road, " Hotel Tudor." 
w. r. Washington, D. C, Hotel Cairo. 



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Chamberlin, Charles W. 

Nahant, Little Nahant. 

w. r. Brookline, 53 Linden st. 

1). a. Boston, 50 Congress st., rooniSoi. 

Child, Mrs. Myra. 

Nahant. "Edgehill," Nahant road, 
w.r. Boston, The Kempton. 

Codman, Alfred. 

Nahant, Johnson Cottage, Nahant 
Road 

w. r. W. Roxbury, Cottage ave. 

b. a. Boston, 19 Exchange Place. ; mem- 
ber firm Codman, Grew & Co. .bankers 
and brokers. 

Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 

Nahant, Willow road, 
w.r. Nahant. 

Conant, Mrs. A. Forbes. 

Nahant, Nahant road. 

w.r. Boston, 17 Arlington st. 

Conant, Theodore S. 

Nahant, Stacy Cottage, Marginal Rd. 
w. r. Boston, 803 Boylston st. 
b. a. 116 Federal st.; Farnsworth, 
Thayer & Stevenson. 

Countie, Chas. J. 

Nahant, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 84 Gainsborough st. 

b. a. 23-29 Charles St.; Druggist. 

Covell, Mrs. Robert S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Terrill. 

Crocker, Francis B. 

Nahant, Emerald st. 
w.r. Nahant. 

Curtis, Hon. and Mrs. Edwin U. 

Nahant, Grouse Cottage, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 131 Bay State Road. 

b. a. Roxbury, 2304 Washington st. ; 
Lawyer ;Asst. Treasurer U.S. Treas- 
ury, 60 P. O. building. 

Children: Penelope, 7 yrs.; Margaret, 
4 yrs. 

Curtis, Horatio G. 

Nahant, School st. 
w. r. Boston, 179 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 50 State st; President Old 
Boston National Bank. 



Curtis, Laurence. 

Nahant, Warren Cottage, Vernon st. 

w. r. Boston, 197 Marlboro st. 

1). a. 19 Congress st. ; Stock broker. 

Curtis, Louis. 

Nahant, Cliff st. 
w. r. Boston, 464 Beacon st. 
b. a. 60 State st. ; Agent Brown Bros. 
& Co. 

Curtis, Thomas P. 

Nahant, Nahant Club. 
w. r. Boston, 371 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 112 Water st. ; Treas. Lord Elec- 
tric Co. 

Cusick, Elizabeth A. 

Nahant, Willow Road, 
w. r. Nahant. 

Cusick, Dr. and Mrs. Laurence F. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Boston, 99 Newbury st. 

Cusick, Miss Mary T. 

Nahant, Willow Road, 
w. r. Nahant. 

Cusick, Thomas J. 

Nahant, Willow Road, 
w. r, Nahant ; Postmaster. 

Dabney, Alfred S. 

Nahant, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Beacon st. 

Dabney, Alfred S., Jr. 

Nahant, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Beacon st. ; Student. 

Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant road, 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Davis, Chas., Jr. 

Nahant, Ocean st. cor Highland road. 
w.r. Boston, Hotel Victoria. 

Devine, Bernard J. 

Nahant. 

w. r. Boston, 76 West Broadway. 

b. a. So. Boston; Real Estate. 

Duncan, George H. 

Nahant, cor. Willow and Cliff sts. 
w.r. Boston, 8 Gloucester st. 

Dwight, Miss Helen. 

Nahant, Cliff st. 

w. r. Boston, 235 Beacon st. 




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Dwight, Miss Mary E. 
X a hunt, Cliff st. 
w. r. Boston, 235 Beacon st. 

Dwight, Miss Margaret. 

Xahant, Cliff st. 

w. r. Boston, 235 Beacon st. 

Dwight, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas. 

Xahant, Cliff st. 
\\". r. Boston, 235 Beacon st. 
b. a. Harvard Medical School ; Park- 
man Professor of Anatoiny. 

Ely, Philip V. R. 

Nahant, Apple Lane, near Winter st. 
w. r. Boston, The Tuileries. 
b. a. 28 State st; Ely & Co. 

Emery, Mrs. George W, 

Xahant, Winthrop Cottage, X^^ahant 

road, 
w.r. Boston, 361 Beacon st. 

Eusits, Mrs. Herbert. 

X'ahant, McBurney Cottage, Pond st- 

cor. Prospect. 
vr.r. Boston, 2 Joy st. 

Fay, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley B. 

Nahant, Vernon st. 

Children: Richard D., Arthur, and 

John H. 
w. r. Boston, 287 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st. 

Fay, Ethel. 

With Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Fay (daugh- 
ter). 

Fay, Henry H., Jr. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston. 

Fay, Joseph Story, 3d. 

Nahant, Paine Cottage, Swallow's 

Cave Road, 
w. r. Boston, 755 Boylston st. 

Fay, Rosamond. 

With Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Fav (daugh- 
ter). 

Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. 

Nahant, Johnson Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 19 Orkney Road, 
b. a. Boston, 120 Boylston st.; Secre- 
tary School House Commission. 



Fisher, Miss Marion H. 

Nahant, Johnson Ccjttage. 

w. r. Brookline, 1 () Orkney Road. 

Ford, Mrs. Daniel. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Xahant Road, 
w. r. Troy, N. Y. 

Foster, Mrs. J. H. 

Nahant. "The Rockledge." Willow 
Road. 

w. r. Boston, Trinity Court. 

Foster. J. H. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster. 

Freitag, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster, 
w.r. Jamaica Plain. 

Frothingham, Mrs. Edward. 

Nahant, Guild Cottage, Swallows' Cave 

Road, 
w. r. Boston. 476 Beacon st. 

Frothingham, Miss Eugene. 

Nahant, Guild Cottage, Swallows' Cave 

Road, 
w. r. Boston, 476 Beacon st. 

Fuller, A. G. 

Nahant, Bass Point. 
Proprietor, Bass Point House. 

Gale, Edwards Jewell. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston. 

b. a. 3 Park st., 92 Charles; Architect 
(Fox &Gale.) 

Gibson, Charles. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Gibson 

(son), 
w. r. Boston, 59 Beacon st. 
b. a. 209 Washington st.; Investment 

Securities. 

Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. 

Nahant, "Forty Steps," Cliff st. 

w. r. Boston, 137 Beacon st. 

b. a. 27 Kilby st.; Cotton buyer. 

Gibson, Mary Ethel. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Gibson. 

Gibson, Rosamond. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Gibson. 

Gilman, Mrs. Alice M. 

Nahant, Nahant road, 
w.r. Nahant. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. 

Nahant, Mrs. (icorge Whiting's Cot- 
tage, Winter st. 
w. r. Boston, 171 Bay State road. 
Wholesale Lumber. 

Children: Frank H., 18 vrs. ; Bertha L., 
12 yrs. 

Godfrey, A. W. 

With Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Godfrey. 
w.r. Boston, Parker House. 

Gould, Miss. 

Nahant, Thorndike Cottage. Prospect 

St. 

Gove, Charles E. 

Nahant, Ocean st. 
w.r. Nahant. 

Grant, Judge Robert. 

Nahant. "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, Court House, 211 Bay 
State Road. 

Gray, Mr. and Mrs. John C. 

Nahant, The Aniory A, Lawrence Cot. 

tage, Willow Road and Clifif st. 
w. r. Boston, 176 Beacon st. 
b. a. 60 State st. 
Children: Anne E., 2 yrs.; John T. 

10 mos. 

Gray, Russell. 

Nahant, Chapin Cottage, Summer st 
w. r. Boston, 39 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 50 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Guidi, Mr. and Mrs. Orlandiano. 

Nahant, Pleasant st. 

w. r. Alliston, 177 Harvard ave. 

Guild, Mrs. C. H. 

Nahant, Dr. A. Thorndike Cottage 

Cottage st. cor High. 
w.r. Boston, 2.51 Beacon st. 

Guild, Gov. Curtis, Jr. 

Nahant, Burr Cottage, Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston, 124 Marlboro st. 
b. a. State House; Governor of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Guild, S. Eliot. 

Nahant, Maolis Cottage, Ocean st. 
w. r. Boston, 102 Beacon st. 

Guild, Miss. 

Nahant, Thorndike Cottage, Prospect 

St. 

w. r. Boston. 



Hamlen, Paul M. 

Nahant, Prince Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, Winter St., The Beres- 

ford. 
1). a. 27 State St.; Real estate. 

Hamley, Mr. and Mrs. John C. 

Nahant, Castle Rock, Cliff st. 
w.r. Nahant. 

Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. 

Nahant, Castle Rock, Nahant road. 
w. r. Boston, 194 Beacon st. 
Children: Samuel, 7yrs.; Mason, 5 yrs.; 
Susan, 2 yrs. 

Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allen. 

Nahant, Bulhnch Cottage, Nahant 

Road and Ocean st. 
w. r. Boston, 1.39 Bay State road 
b. a. 16 State st . 

Haynes, Henry W. 

Nahant, "Edgehill" Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 239 Boacon st. 

Henderson, Frederic C. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

\v. r. Cambridge, 1 6 Russell st. 

b. a. 2067 Massachusetts ave. 

Hill, Arthur Dehon. 

Nahant, Dwight Homestead, Cliff st. 
w. r. Boston, 83 Mt. Vernon st. 
1) a. 53 State st., room 1035. 

Kill, Josiah F. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 421 Beacon st. 
b. a. 44 State st. ; Statistician. 

Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop T. 

Nahant, Nahant Road, cor. Pond. 
w. r. Boston, 13 Hereford st. 
b. a. 177- State st. 
Child: Winthrop D 

Horton, E. M. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston, 333 Beacon st. 

Houghton, A. F. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. New York, 85 Fifth ave. 
b. a. 105 E 19th st.; publisher. 

Howe, The Misses. 

Little Nahant. 

w. r. Brookline. 53 Linden st. 



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Inches, Geo. B. 

Nahant, Inches' Large Cottage, Cliff st- 

w. r. North Grafton. 

b. a. Boston, iiioTrcmont Iwilding. 

James, Ellerton. 

Nahant, "The Villa," Cliff st. 

w. r. Nahant. 

b. a. Boston, lo P. O. Squai-e; Lawyer. 

James, George Abbot. 

Nahant, "Lowland House." 

w. r. Boston, 52 Beacon st. ; Lawyer. 

Jamison, Mrs. C. V. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Kempton. 

Johnson, Arthur S. 

Nahant, Log Cabin Cottage, Pleasant 

St. 

w. r. Boston, 253 Commonwealth ave. 

Johnson, Charles F. 

Nahant, Willow road, 
w.r. Nahant. 

Johnson, Edward C. 

Nahant, School st. 
w. r. Boston, 123 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 33 Summer St.; member firm 
C. F. Hovey & Co. 

Johnson, Francis H. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Cambridge, 14 Dana st. 

b. a. Boston, 114 F. H. Market; Fish. 

Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. 

Nahant, Highland road, 
w.r. Nahant. 

Johnson, Wolcott H. 

Nahant, Parker Cottage, Nahant 

Road. 
w. r. Boston, 7 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 33 Summer st. ; member firm C. F. 

Hovey & Co. 

Karson, John A. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Washington, D. C, 1726 I st., 
N. W. ; retired. 

Kelley, Thomas A. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Lynn, 157 No. Coinmon st. 

b. a. 62 7 Summerst. ; Kid Manufacturer. 



Kemp, W. H. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. So. Boston, 352 Dorchester st. 

b. a. 352 Dorchester st.; Dry Goods. 

Lavalle, Mrs. John. 

Nahant, Tremont Cottage, Willow 

road, 
w.r. Boston, 353 Marlboro st. 

Lawrence, John. 

Nahant, Abbott Lawrence Cottage, 

Nahant Road. 
w. r. Grot on. 
b. a. Boston, 104 Devonshire building. 

Lodge, George Cabot. 

Nahant, East Point, 
w. r. 1765 Mass. ave., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Lodge, Hon, Henry Cabot. 

Nahant, East Point. 
w. r. Washington, D. C; U. S. Sena- 
tor. 

Lodge, John Ellerton. 

Nahant, East Point. 

w. r. Boston, 5 Mt. Vernon Place. 

Lovering, Chas. T. 

Nahant, Vernon st. 

w. r. Boston, 263 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 23 Court st. ; Lawyer. 

Lovering, Chas. T., Jr. 

Nahant, Mumford Cottage, Nahant 

Road, 
w. r. Boston, 845 Boylston st. 
b. a. 53 State St., room 203; Clerk. 

Lyman, Wm. Pratt. 

Nahant, Central st. 

w. r. Boston, 277 Beacon st. 

b. a. 4 P. O. Square, room 11 ; Banker. 

MacNichol, Mrs. Archibald. 

Nahant, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 17 Arlington st. 

MacNichol, Miss Helen B. 

Nahant, Nahant Road. 

\v. r. Boston, 17 Arlington st. 

May, George W. 

Nahant. "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 

w. r. Brooline. 

b. a. Boston, 17 Exchange Place. 




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NAHANT 



47 



McGaffe, Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

\ahant, Ocean st. 

w.r. Boston, 135 Huntington ave. 

b.a. Roxbury, T. G. Plant Co., supt. 

Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. 

Nahant, Xahant road, 
w.r. New York. 
b. a. 32 Broadway. 

McMichael, Mrs. L. G. 

Nahant, Wharf Cottage, Vernon st. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset. 

Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

Nahant, Vernon st. 

w. r. Boston, 183 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 23 Court st., Boston. 

Merriam, Mary L. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merriam. 

Merriam, Teresa L. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merriam. 

Mifflin, Geo. H. 

Nahant, Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 85 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 4 Park st. ; Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co., publishers. 

Motley, Edward. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn. 

w. r. Boston, 22 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 53 State st., room t,;^,; Clerk. 

Motley, John Lothrop. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn. 

w. r. Boston, 22 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 53 State st., room 735; Lawyer. 

Motley, Thomas. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn, 
w. r. Boston, 22 Commonwealth st. 
b. a. 67 Chauncy St.; member firm 
Catlin & Co. 

Motley, Thomas, Jr. 

Nahant, .Small Chapin Cottage, Sum- 
mer St. 
w. r. Boston, 247 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st., room 33. 

Motley, Warren. 

Nahant, Spouting Horn. 

w. r. Boston, 22 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. Shawmut Bank building; Lawyer. 



Newell, James M. 

Nahant, Parker Cottage, Nahant 

Road. 
w. r. Boston, 196 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 53 State st., room 1017; Lawyer 

Otis, Herbert F. 

Nahant, Hood Cottage, Nahant Road. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 70 Kilby st., room 92. 

Otis, Mrs. Wm. C. 

Nahant, Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 85 Beacon st. 

Page, Dr. Calvin Gates. 

Nahant, Schlesinger White Cottage, 

Prospect St. 
w. r. Boston, 128 Marlboro st. 
Physician. 

Palfrey, Miss. ' 

Nahant, with Dr. Viriginia F. Bryant 

Marginal Road, 
w. r. Cambridge, Divinity ave. 

Parent, Mrs. L. E. 

Nahant. 

w. r. New York, 39 Gramercy Park. 

Proprietor Rockledge, Nahant. 

Parker, Frederick. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Westboro, Mass. 
b. a. Boston, Bedford st. 

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant road, 
w.r. Bedford Springs. 

Phelan, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 

Nahant, Archibald Cottage, Nahant 

Road and Summer st. 
w. r. Lynn, 15 Mall st. 
b. a. 33 Sea st. 
Child: John Van D., 2 yrs. 

Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. 

Nahant, Highland road, 
w.r. Nahant. 

b.a. Boston, 19 Milk st.; agent S. P. 
C. A. 

Phillips, Miss M. A. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 
w. r. Lynn, 18 Sachem st. 

Poland, Mr. and Mrs. George E. 

Nahant, Nahant road, 
w.r. Nahant. 



48 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Poland, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. 

Xahant, Summer st. 
w.r. Xahant. 

Porter, Mrs. Adeline W. 

Xahant, Willow road. 

Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

\v. r. Somerville, 44 Sy;ring st. 

b. a. Craigie Bridge; Hay and Grain. 

Proctor, G. Waldo. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Somerville, 44 Spring st. ; Student. 

Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah. 

Nahant, Wilson White Cottage, Na- 
hant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 
b. a. 15 State st. 

Reed, Nathan H. 

Nahant, Willow Road. 

w. r. Somerville, 35 Pearl st. 

N. H. Reed & Son. 

Redman, Miss Emma. 

Nahant, Carey Ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Richmond, Miss E. C. 

Nahant, with F. Mcintosh, 
w. r. Boston, 24 Rutland sq. 

Richardson, Mrs. H. L. 

Nahant, Winter st. 

w. r. Boston, 306 Beacon st. 

Richardson, Wm. K. 

Nahant, Winter st. 

w. r. Boston, 306 Beacon st. 

b. a. 84 State st. 

Rives, Dr. C. 

Nahant, Carey st. 

w.r. Washington, D. C. 

b.a. 1702 R. I. ave., N. W.; Physician. 

Robinson, Frederick D. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Roxbviry, 143 Harrishof st. 
b.a. Boston, 266 Summer st. ; Salesman 

Robinson, Miss Helen. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant road, 
w.r. Boston, The Victoria. 



Robinson, Miss Lilian V. 

Xahant, "lulgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Kempton. 

Robinson, R. R. 

Nahant, Summer st. 
w. r. Maiden, 84 Linden ave. 
b. a. Medford, cor. Green ; Robinson 
Bros. & Co. 

Robinson, Mrs. S. F. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Kempton. 

Rodman, Miss Emma. 

Nahant, Carey ave. 

w. r. Boston, 174 Beacon st. 

Russell, Miss Mary A. P. 

Nahant, "Rose Cottage," Vernon st. 
w. r. Boston, 72 Beacon st. 

Sampson, Miss Lucy S. 

Nahant, Swallows Cave road. 

w. r. Boston, 229 Commonwealth ave. 

Sears, Miss Clara E. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road, 
w. r. Boston, 132 Beacon st. and Gro- 
ton, Mass. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. 

Nahant, Chff st. 

w. r. Boston, 51 Beacon st. 

Sears, Mrs. K. W. 

Nahant, Swallows' Cave Road, 
w. r. Boston, 132 Beacon st. and 
Groton, Mass. 

Seeger, Mrs. Roland. 

Nahant, Wharf Cottage, Vernon st. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Soinerset. 

Sewall, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. 

Nahant, Geranium Cottage, Cliff st. 
w. r. IBoston, The Hamilton, cor. 
Commonwealth ave. and Clarendon 

St. 

b.a. 203 Sears building; Stock broker. 

Sillman, C. H. 

Nahant, Phillips Cottage. 
w. r. Maiden. 

Smith, Mrs. Charles W. 

Nahant, Willow road. 

w.r. Cambridge, 14 Dana st. 



NAHANT 



49 



Sprague, Dr. Francis P. 

Nahant, Grant Cottage, Swallows' 

Cave Road, 
w. r. Boston, 229 Commonwealth ave. 

Stackpole, Henry. 

Nahant, Dabney Cottage, Winter st. 
w. r. Boston, 340 Beacon st. 

Strout, Geo. E. 

Nahant, Williams Cottage, Vernon st. 

w. r. Maiden, i 50 Summer st. 

b. a. Boston, 87 Lincoln St.; Salesman. 

Strout, Mr, and Mrs. George E. 

Nahant. 

w.r. Maiden, 150 Summer st. 

b.a. Boston, 87 Lincoln st. 

Sturgis, Robert. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston, 133 Bay State Road. 
b. a. 30 Kilby st., room 33; clerk. 

Terrill, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. 

Nahant, Whitney Homestead, 
w. r. Boston, 394 Marlborough st. 

Thomas, Douglas H., Jr. 

Nahant, Shepley Cottage, Winter st. 

and Marginal Road, 
b. a. Baltimore, 1033 St. Paul st. ; 

Parker & Thomas. 

Thorndike, Charles. 

Nahant, High st. 

w. r. Boston, 483 Commonwealth ave. ; 
Lawyer. 

Tuckerman, Mr. and Mrs. Leverett S. 

Nahant, Winter st. 

w. r. Boston, 9 Hereford st. 

b. a. 53 State St., room 953; Lawyer 

Tudor, Henry D. 

Nahant, Amory Lawrence Cottage, 

Willow Road and Cliff st. 
w. r. Boston, 310 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 35 Congress st.,room 81 1 ; Lawyer. 

Turnbull, Chas. D. 

Nahant, Johnson Cottage, Nahant 

Road, 
w. r. Boston, 126 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 89 State st., room 80; Treasurer. 

Van Bergen, Mrs. W. F. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster. 
w.r. Brookline, The Coolidge. 



Waldron, H. H. 

Nahant, Hotel Tudor. 

w.r. Washington, D. C, Hotel Cairo. 

Warren, Miss Annie, 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r, Boston. 

Wells, Dr. Frank. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 16 Hereford st. 

b. a. I 78 Devonshire st. ; Physician. 

Wheelock, Geoffrey M. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. China. 

Wendell, Barrett. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 

w. r. Boston, 358 Marlboro st. 

b. a. Harvard University; Professor. 

Wendell, Barrett, Jr. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston, 37 Beacon st. 
b. a, 44 State st. 

White, Mrs, Edward A, 

Nahant, Hotel Tudor. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Windermere. 

White, Mrs. HoUingsworth. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Philadelphia. 

White, HoUingsworth, Jr. 

With Mrs. HoUingsworth White. 

Whitney, Mrs. George. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 239 Marlboro st. 

Whitney, Miss Katharine. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road. 
w. r. Boston. 

Whitney, Miss C, S, 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 23 Brimmer st. 

Whitney, John F. 

Naliant, Whitney Cottage, Winter st- 
w. r. Boston, 23 Brimmer st. 
b. a. 89 State st. ; room 90. 

Whitney, Nelson. 

With Mrs. J. H. Foster. 
w. r. Boston, 23 Brimmer st. 
b. a. 651 Old South building.; Fire ex- 
tinguishers. . 




Residence of Walter J. Mitcliell, at Manchester-by-tlieSea 




dBOYLSTOHJl 



Telephone 

2214 Back Bay 



W. F. Purscher &l Co. 

Formerly with the late 

HENRY A. TURNER CO. 

Interior^ Decorators 

381 BOYLSTON STREET 

BOSTON 

Designers and makers of Exclusive Furniture 

Importers of Wall Papers and Fabrics 

Special Rugs, Carpets, Draperies 

Mural Decoration, interior and exterior Painting 

Schemes evolved in collaboration with Architect or 

to meet the individual wish 
Residences cleaned and cared for 
Laces French-Laundered 
Comprehensive Repairing and Upholstering of 

C/^ntique Furniture 
Designs and estimates submitted 



NAHANT 



')1 



Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. 

Nahant, Spring st. 

b.a. Boston, 16(i Devonshire st.; Build- 
ing contractor. J. T. Wilson &: Son. 

Wilson, Wm. R. 

Nahant, " Windcroft," Nahant Road, 
w. r. Boston, 117 Newlxiry st. 

Winslow, Capt. and son. 

Nahant, John Codnian Cottage, Cot- 
tage St. 
b.a. U. S. Navv. 



Winslow, Dr. Frederick B. 

Nahant, G. L. Jcjlnison Cottage, Na- 
hant Road. 
\v. r. Boston, I'T.j Clarendon st. 
1). a. L'75 Clarendon st. ; Physician. 

Williams, Elisha S. C. 

Nahant, Vernon st. 
\v. r. Maiden, 150 Summer st. 
b. a. Boston, 77 Bedford st. ; Gen. Man- 
ager Revere Rubber Co. 

Winkley, William H. 

Nahant, "Edgehill," Nahant Road 

\y. r. W. Medford, 41 Prescott st. 

b. a. Boston, 58 Kilbv st.; Insurance 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 



Allen, Mrs. R. N. 

Hotel Tudor, from Washington, D. C. 

Andrews, Elisha B., LL. D. and Mrs. 

Hotel Tudor, from Nebraska. 
Bolton, Mrs. Thomas. 

Hotel Tudor, from Cleveland, Ohio. 
Durkee, Mrs. J. H. 

Hotel Tudor, from Jacksonville, Fla. 
Edwards, Mr. E. P. 

Hotel Tudor, from Chicago, 111. 

Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Jer. 

Hotel Tudor, from Steubenville, Ohio. 

Gill, Master J. W., Jr. 

Hotel Tudor, from Steubenville, Ohio. 

Hatch, Miss Stella. 

Hotel Tudor, from Cleveland, Ohio. 

Harward, Mrs. W. P. 

Hotel Tudor, from Kansas City, Mo. 

Harwood, Warner, 

Hotel Tudor from Kansas City, Mo. 



Hillyer, Mrs. A. D. 

Hotel Tudor, from Cleveland, Ohio. 

Huckins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry. 

Hotel Tudor, from Boston. 

Kirk, Mrs. Nancy, Gill. 

Hotel Tudor, from Steubenville, Ohio. 

Langmaid, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. and dau. 

Hotel Tudor, from Boston. 

Naughton, Mr. J. S. 

Hotel Tudor ,from Boston. 

Rohr, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. 

Hotel Tudor, from Philadelphia, Pa. 

Russell, Mrs. Nancy. 

Hotel Tudor, from Cleveland, Ohio. 

Seymour, Mrs. Eleanor. 

Hotel Tudor, from Cleveland, Ohio. 

Simpson, J. Cradock and family. 

Hotel Tudor, from Montreal , Canada. 

Warner, Senator and Mrs. William. 

Hotel Tudor, from Kansas City, Mo. 
Walter, F. G. 

Hotel Tudor, froni Chicago, 111. 



SWAMPSCOTT 

Swampscott has a population of about 5,000 and is located on 
the Eastern Division of the Boston & Maine i-ailroad, 13 miles 
from Boston. Fare to Boston, 25 cents; five-trip ticket, $1.10; 
lil'tv-i-ide book, $8.50. Electric cai-s leave the Monument every 
fifteen minutes for Boston (fare 10 cents) and intermediate points. 



HOTELS: New Ocean House, Lincoln 
House, Preston House, Little Anawan. 

BOARDING HOUSES: Mrs. Pickering, Mrs. 

A. W. Larkin, Mrs. James A. Willey, 

The Cliff. 
CHURCHES: Church of the Holy Name 

(Episcopal), Bethany Baptist, First 

Congregational, Methodist Episcopal, 

Church of the Disciples, St. John the 

Evangelist. 
POSTMASTER : William G. Earp. 
CHIEF OF POLICE : Ulysses M. Corson. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICES: B. & M. depot and 

Ocean House. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: American, Bos- 
ton local. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & 

M. R. R. depot, Burrill St. Pharmacy, 
Curtis & Bubier, C. P. Jeffers, Swamp- 
scott Club, Elias G. Hodgkins, Little 
Anawan. 

SELECTMEN: Arthur C. Widger, Fred C- 
Marsh, James F. Caton. 

MAILS ARRIVE: 6.40, 8.10, 11.20, 12.30, 

2-45. 5-30. 6.20. 



7.30, 8.30, 11.30, 12.30, 



MAILS DEPART: 

2.45, 6.30. 
Sundays: 5.00. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 7.00 to 7.00. 
Sundays: 9.30 to 10.00. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY : Open, every Saturday 
2 to Q, every Wednesday 4 to 9. 
Librarian, Miss S. L. Honors. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON : Arrive 6.26, 7.05, 
7.45, 8.50, 8.55, 10.08, 10.46, 11.43. 12.29, 
*i-38, 1.55. 2.10, 2.53, 3.20, 4.23, 4.34, 
5.28 5.46, 6.14, 6.00, 6.29, 6.50, 7.37, 

8.21, 9.50, 10.58, 11.57- 

Sundays: 8.53, 10.02, 10.54, 11.40,12.09, 
I-50. 3-34, 4-o8, 5.49. 6.42, 7.36, 7.42, 
8.51, 9.34. 11.07. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.07, 6.38. 
6.28, 7.02, 7.22,7.35, 7.38, 8.07, 8.17,8.57, 

9.22, 9.38, 10.06, 10.53, 1113. *i2.39, 
12.48, T2.53, 1. 13, 1.49,2.12, *3. 50, 4.04, 
4.21, 5.05, 5.53, 6.27, 6.53, 7.08, 7.12, 
8.06, 8.59, 9.28, 10.02, 1031. 
Sundays:8.o8, 8.56, 9.31, 11.54, 1.20, 2.59, 
3.58,4.02, 4.43, 5.46, 6.10, 6.36,7.45,8.30, 
9-55- 

*Saturday only. 



Ainslie, Allen. 

Swampscott, Prop. New Ocean House. 

Ames, Miss L. P. 

Swampscott, i Monument ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Appleton, Miss Maud. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., near 

Phillijjs Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 44 Gloucester st. 

Appleton, Samuel. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Boston, 44 Gloucester st. 
b. a. 23 Broad st. ; Insurance. 



Arnold, AUen. 

Swampscott, 245 Puritan Road, 

Whale's Beach, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Victoria. 
b. a. 52 Devonshire st.; Broker. 

Arnold, Annie E. 

Swampscott, 245 Puritan Road, 

Whales Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 237 Berkley st. 

Arnold, Julia. 

Swampscott, 245 Puritan Road, 

Whale's Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 237 Berkeley st. 



(52) 



SWAMPSCOTT 



Austin, The Misses. 

Swainpscutt, Dana Cottage, Puritan 

Road, 
w. r. Brookline. 

Balch, Arthur S. 

S\vamx)Scott, Wo )dbine ave. 
w. r. Boston, 1004 Beacon st. 
b. a. 92 State st. 

Barth, Carl. 

Swampscott, ''Little Anawan. '' 
w. r. Boston, 96 Gainsborough st.; 
Musician. 

Beattie, Mrs. Robert. 

Swampscott, "The Crossways," 
PhilHps Beach. 

w. r. Boston. 

Blake, Geo. F. 

Swampscott, Philhps ave., PhiUips 

Beach, 
w.r. Weston, 
b.a. Boston, 120 Boylston st.; Pres. 

McPhail Piano Co.^ 

Bond, Mrs. Charles H. 

Swampscott, Whale's Beach, Puritan 

Road. 
w. r. Boston, 128 Commonwealth ave. 
Children: Kenneth B. Bond, 14 yrs.; 

Charles L. Bond, 10 yrs. 

Bond, Miss Edith L. 

With Mrs. Charles H. Bond. 
Bond, Mildred. 

With Mrs. Charles H. Bond. 

Bound, Walter. 

Swampscott, Little's Point. 
w. r. Hackensack, N. J. 

Boyd, Miss Eleanor. 

Swampscott, 78 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Newton. 

Boyd, F. N. 

Swampscott, 78 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Newton. 

Boyd, Miss Olive. 

Swampscott, 78 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Newton. 

Bradlee, Chas. W. 

Swampscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 113 Beacon st. 
b. a. 121 Beverly St.; Treas. Bradlee 
& Chatman Co. 



Bradlee, Edward C. 

Swampscott, Elmwood road. 
w.r. Swampscott. 

b.a. Boston, (iO State st., room 1018; 
Lawyer. 

Bradlee, John T. 

Swampscott, Puritan Road, Puritan 

Point, 
w. r. Boston, 113 Beacon st. 
b. a. 135 State st. 

Bradlee, Miss J. S. 

Swampscott, Puritan Road, Puritan 

Point, 
w. r. Boston, 113 Beacon st. 

Bradlee, Miss M. E. 

Swampscott, Puritan Road, Puritan 

Point. 
w. r. Boston, 113 Beacon st. 

Bradlee, Miss S. F. 

Swampscott, Puritan Road, Puritan 

Point, 
w. r. Boston, 113 Beacon st. 

Brooks, Geo. C. 

Swampscott, Whale's Beach, Puritan 

Road. 
w. r. Boston, 7 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 55 Congress st. ; Banker. 

Brooks, Miss Fannie. 

Swampscott, 259 Puritan Road. 
w. r. Boston. 

Brown, Harold H. 

Swampscott, Ocean House, Puritan 

Road. 
w.r. Boston, X19 Commonwealth ave. 

Consulting engineer. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. 

Swampscott, New Ocean House, Puri- 
tan road and at Orient st. 
w. r. Boston, 119 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 42 Pearl st.; Fairbanks scales. 

Brush, Chas. N. 

Swampscott, "Shingleside," Little's 
Point, Puritan Road. 

w. r. Brookline, Longwood. 

b. a. Boston, 53 vState st.; Cotton mer- 
chant. 

Bunting, Col. and Mrs. Wm. M. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., Phillips 

Beach. 
w. r. Swampscott. 
b. a. Boston, 24 Milk st.; member firm 

Plympton & Bunting, Insurance. 




N. W. Rice's residence, at Burgess Point. Bevcih 




GREGORY'S SEEDS 



Right here at the North Shore is one of the oldest and 

most rehable seed houses in the country. Originators of 

the Huhbard and Delicious squashes, the finest varieties 

ever introduced. C^Office and Warehouses at Marblehead 

for 55 years, where the founder of the business, 

a graduate of Amherst College in 1850, 

still resides at the ripe old 

age of 81 years. 



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Bunting, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M., Jr. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. 

With Col. and Mrs, Wm. M. Bunting 

w. r. Swampscott. 

b. a. Boston, 21 Milk st.; Insurance. 

Burnham, Mrs. Lament G. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave. 
\v. r. Boston. 

Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. New York City, 
b. a. 682 Broadway N. Y. ; Pres. Bur- 
ton-Pierce Co. 

Cameron, Colin C. 

Swampscott, 75 Puritan road. 

w. r. Maiden, 7 Home st. 

b. a. Boston, .'11 Milk st. ; Advertising. 

Chase, Miss Fannie. 

Swampscott, 90 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Holyoke. 

Chase, Mrs. G. L. 

Swampscott, 90 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Holyoke. 

Chase, Miss Lillie. 

Swampscott, 90 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Holyoke. 

Chase, Mrs. S. S. 

Swampscott, 90 Phillips ave. 
w. r. Holyoke. 

Chatman, John E. 

Swampscott, Ocean ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
b. a. Boston, 121 Beverly st. ; Pres. 

Bradlee & Chatman Co. 

Chatman, Wm. C. 

Swampscott, Evans Cottage, Phillips 

Beach, 
b. a. Boston, 17 Harcourt st. 

Chick, Isaac W. 

Swampscott, 17 Monument ave. 
w. r. Boston, 347 Beacon st. 
b. a. 658 Washington st. 

Clapp, Eugene H. 

Swampscott, 30 Atlantic ave. 
w.r. Boston, 490 Beacon st. 
b.a. 49 Federal st. 



Swampscott, Gallou])es Point, "Te- 

desco Lodge." 
w.r. Boston, 317 Beacon st. 
b.a. 87 Milk st. 

Cobb, Elisha W. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset, 
b. a. 140 Essex st. ; Leather. 

Cooley, Chas. P. 

Swampscott, Little Cottage, Little's 

Point, 
w. r. Hartford, Conn., 119 Farmington. 
b. a. 49 Pearl st. ; Vice Pres. Fidelity Co. 

Crafts, J. Chancellor. 

Swampscott, 2 Orient st. 
w, r. Brookline, 77 Lanark Road, 
b. a. Boston, 266 Albany st. : Henry 
Crafts Sons, Coal, Lime and Cement. 

Curtis, Mrs. Chas. P. 

Swampscott, Puritan road and Lin- 
coln House ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Cutler, Mrs. H. M. 

Swampscott, Lincoln House ave. 

Dooley, W. J. 

Swampscott, Orient st 

w.r. Boston. 

b.a. 27 State st., room 3L; Real estate. 

Drown, Richard W. 

Swampscott, Phillips Beach, 'Palmer 

ave. 
w.r. Lynn, 52 Eastern ave. 
b.a. 17 Central ave.; Pres. Nichols & 

Drown. 

Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. 

Swampscott, "Red Gables," Little's 

Point, 
w.r. Brookline. 
Boston, 15 Congress st. 

Edwards, J. Howard. 

Swampscott, " Brightside," Atlantic 

ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Ernst, Carl W. 

Swampscott, Galloupes Point. 

w.r. Boston, 298 Commonwealth ave. 



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Estabrook, Arthur F. 

vSwampsciilt , " ]-}arl)crry Lodge," At- 
lantic ave., Phillips Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 346 Commonwealth ave. 
1). a. 13 State St.; Banker. 

Farrar, Frederick A. 

Swampscott, Jeffries Point, Puritan 

Lane, 
w. r. Brookline. 
b. a. Boston, 33 Congress st. 

Gage, Frank H. 

Swampscott, Atlantic Avenue, Phillips 
Beach. 

Gaylord, Mrs. Robert. 

Swampscott, Rockland st. 

Gaylord, Mrs. Wm. H. 

Swampscott, Little (Martin) Cottage, 
Puritan road. 

Goodwin, Augustus F. 

Swampscott, Chatman Cottage, Atlan- 
tic ave., Phillips Beach. 
w\r. Boston, 172 Bay State road, 
b.a. 16 Canal st. 

Gould, C. A. 

Swampscott, Little's Point. 

w. r. Newton Centre, 169 Eliot st. 

Grabow, Edward R. 

Swampscott, Ocean House (proprietor), 

Puritan road, 
b. a. Boston, Hotels Empire and 

Tuileries. 

Hamilton, Wm. A. 

Swampscott, 274 Puritan road. 

b. a. Boston, 114 Milk st.; inspector. 

Hapgood, Cyprus S. 

Swampscott, 97 Phillips ave. 

w'. r. Boston, 276 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 50 Faneuil Hall Market. 

Harrington, Mrs. Geo. E. 

Swampscott, Little (Martin) Cottage, 

Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston. 

Hart, Hon. Thomas N. 

Swampscott, Galloupes Point.' 
w.r. Boston, 298 Commonwealth ave. 
b.a 59 Bedford st.; Ex-Mayor of 
Boston. 



Harwood, Mrs. Charles. 

Swampscott, Rockland st. 

Heath, John A. 

S\\anii)St'ott, K; Ocean ave. 
w. r. Boston, 348 Marlboro st. 
b. a. ry.] vState st,, room 852. 

Heath, Nathaniel. 

Swampscott, Ocean ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 348 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 53 State st. ; Stock broker. 

Hill, Mrs. A. M. 

Swampscott, 30 Manton Road. 
w. r. Boston, The Carlton. 

Hill, Edward M. 

Swampscott, "The Anchorage," 
Whale's Beach, Puritan road. 

w. r. Brookline, i Winchester st. 

b. a. Boston, 60 Devonshire st.; Sales- 
man. 

Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. 

Swampscott, "The Anchorage," 
Whale's Beach, Puritan road. 

w. r. Brookline, 18 Osborn road. 

b. a. Boston, 700 Harrison ave.; brush 
manufacturer. 

Children: Harriet S. Hill, 8 yrs.; Mil- 
dred W. Hill, 3 yrs. 

Hill, Lew C. 

Swampscott, "The Anchorage," 
Whale's Beach, Puritan road. 

\\. r. Boston, 333 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 700 Harrison ave. ; Pres. Whit- 
ing-Adams Co. 

Hiller, Fred L. 

Swampscott, 38 Manton Road, 
b. a. Boston, 69 Tremont St.; Super- 
intendent. 

Holman, Stephen. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave. Phillips 
Beach. 

Houghton, Miss A. M. 

Swanijiscott, Galloupes Point, 
w.r. CaniVjridge, oH Gardner st. 

Howard, Lewis T. 

Swampscott, Phillips Beach, 748 Hum- 

phi-ey St. 

w. r. Albany, N. Y., 395 State st. 

b. a. 100 State St. 

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Howes, Ernest G. 

S\vam])Scott, "Grass Head," Littles' 
Point, Puritan road. 

w.r. Brookline, 17 Browne st. 

ha. Boston, 248 Purchase st.; Com- 
mercial merchant. 

Ingalls, Mrs. Joseph A. 

Swampscott, Humphrey st., Blaney's 
Beach. 

Ingalls, Mrs. Sarah P. 

Swampscott, Huinphrey st., Phillips 
Beach. 

James, Mrs. Wm. E. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Williams. 

Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. 

Swampscott, Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 236 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 910 Barristers Hall. 
Children: Amory Jefifries, 14 yrs. ; 
Clemence d'Espaigne Jefifries, 9 yrs. 

Jewell, Mrs. A. J. 

Swampscott, Clifif Cottage, Cliffside 
ave. 

Johnson, Miss Abby H. 

Swampscott, Palmer ave., Phillips 
Beach. 

Johnson, Walter W. 

Swampscott, Palmer ave., Phillips 

Beach' 
w.r Lynn, HI Xewhall st. 
b.a. 25 Exchange st.; Treas. Essex 

Trust Co. 

Jones, James A. 

Swampscott, 112 Puritan Road. 

Av. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 131 State st.; Manager- 

Kershaw, Francis S. 

Swampscott, "Stonecrop," Galloupe's 

Point. 
w. r. Cambridge, 6 Bond st. 
b. a. Boston, 100 Beacon st. 

Kimball, Frank W. 

Swampscott, Atlantic Ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Lynn. 

Kramer, A. E. 

Swampscott, 785 Humphrey st. 



Kramer, Edwin G. 

Swampscott, 785 Humphrey st. 

Lane, Daniel H. 

Swampscott, Phillips ave., Phillips 

Beach. 
w. r. Boston, 291 Beacon st. 
b. a. 128a Tremont st. ; Tailor. 

Lane, Daniel Winn. 

Swampscott, Phillips ave., Phillips 

Beach. 
w. r. Boston, 291 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st., room 209. 

Lawrence, Miss Alice E. 

Swampscott, 423 Puritan road. 

w. r. Boston, 

Lawrence, Emma E. 

Swainpscott, 423 Puritan road. 

w. r. Boston, 51 St. Stevens st. 

b. a. Roxbury, Martin School; Teacher. 

Linser, Mrs. SaHm. 

Swampscott, Puritan road. 

w. r. Brookline, 26 Coolidge st. 

Little, Amos R. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John M. Little, 
b. a. 508 Sears Bldg.; lawyer. 

Little, Arthur. 

Swampscott, " Blytheswood," Little's 

Point, Puritan road, 
b. a. Boston, 70 Kilby st. 

Little, Grace A. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John M. Little. 

Little, Helen. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John M. Little. 

Little, Mr. and Mrs. John Mason. 

Swampscott, "Brier Gate," Little's 

Point, Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 317 Dartmouth st. 
b. a. Hotel Pelham, 74 Boylston st. ; 

Trustee estate of James L. Little. 

Little, Dr. John M. Jr., 

With Mr. and Mrs. John M. Little. 

w. r. 317 Marlboro st. 

b. a. Marlboro st.; Physician. 

Little, JuUa A. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John Mason Little. 




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Opposite Institute Technology 

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Little, Louisa A. 

Witli Mr. and Mrs. John M. Little.- 

Longley, Mrs. Chas. E. 

S\vainiisc(jtt, 121 Atlantic ave. 
w r. Pawtucket, R. I. 

Lombard, Benj., Jr. 

Swampscott, "Grass Head Cottage,'' 

Little's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 349 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 27 School St.; Real estate. 

Levering, Edward. 

Swampscott, Little Cottage, Little's 

Point, 
w. r. Taunton, 57 Summer st. 
b. a. Boston, 53 State st., room 843, 

Asst. Treasurer. 

Low, Dr. Harry C. 

Swampscott, Fuller Cottage, Puritan 

road, 
w. r. Boston, 432 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 432 Marlboro st. ; Physician. 

MacKenzie, Miss E. 

Swampscott, 182 Atlantic ave. 
Av. r. Boston, 259 Newbury st. 

Mason, Chas. 

Swampscott, Prop. "Little Anawan,' 
273 Puritan road. 

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 

Swampscott, Cliff Cottage, Cliffside 

iiV. 

Mitton, Geo. W. 

Swampscott, Spiller Cottage, Atlantic 
ave., Phillips Beach. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b.a. Boston, 450 Washington st. .Direc- 
tor Jordan, Marsh & Co. 

Mixter, C. G. 

Swainpscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 180 Marlboro st. 

Mixter, Geo., 2d. 

Swampscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 180 Marlboro st. 

Mixter, Dr. Samuel J. 

Swampscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 180 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 180 Marlboro St.; Physician. 



Mixter, Wm. J. 

Swampscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 180 Marlboro st. 

Morse, Jacob R. 

Swampscott, 197 Humphrey st. 
w. r. Boston, 858 Beacon st. 
b. a. 31 Bedford st. ; Morse Bros. & 
Ehrlich, tailors' trimmings. 

Murphy, Dr. Francis C. 

Swampscott, 49 Monument ave. 
w. r. Boston, 435 Beacon st. 
b. a. Roxbury, 1609 Tremont st. ; 
Physician. 

Neeley, J. C. 

Swampscott, "The Meadows," Little's 

Point, 
w. r. Memphis, Tenn. 

Ong, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. 

Swampscott, "The Arches." 
w. r. Brookline, Longwood. 
b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Paige, Mr, and Mrs. Frank E. 

Swampscott, 138 Puritan Road, 
w. r. Brookline, 41 Park st. 
b. a. Boston, 68 Essex st.; Williains & 
Paige, Felting. 

Palmer, Percival B. 

Swampscott, Huinphrey st. 
w. r. Chicago, 111., 4745 Ellis ave. 
b. a. 266 Adams st. ; Percival B. Palmer 
& Co. 

Park, Hobart J. 

Swampscott, "The Monastery," 

Little's Point. 
w.r. New York, 29 E. 39th st. 
b.a. 156 Fifth ave.; room 608. 

Park, Mrs. M. T. 

S\vami)scott, Little's Point. 

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. James P. 

Swampscott, Puritan Lane. 
w. r. Jamaica Plain, 25 Eliot st. 
b. a. Boston. 84 State st. ; Insurance. 
Children: Katherine W.Parker, 7 yrs. ; 
Jas. P. Parker, Jr., 2 yrs. 

Parker, William Colvard. 

vSwampscott, 10 Phillips ave. 

w. r. Boston, 160 Huntington ave. 

b. a. 636 Old So. building; Lawyer. 



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Pecker, E. W. 

Swampscott, 2g3 Humphrey st. 
b. a. Hagerstown, Md., Shoe Mfg. 

Pecker, Mrs. Olive. 

Swampscott, Humphrey st. 

Perkins, Mrs. Chas. B. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., PhilUps 

Beach. 
\v. r. Boston, 387 Beacon st. 

Phelps, James T. 

Swampscott, " Brightside," Atlantic 

ave., Phillips Beach, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset, 
b. a. 159 Devonshire St.; Insurance. 

Phillips, E. B. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., Phillips 

Beach. 
w.r. Boston. 

Plummer, Wm. E. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., Phillips 
Beach. 

Mr. and Mrs. Preston, Andrew W. 

Swampscott, "The Arches," Atlantic 

tic ave., Phillips Beach, 
w. r. Hotel Touraine. 
b. a. 131 State st. ; Pres. United Fruit 

Co., and Treas. M. D. Cressy Co. 

Proctor, Charles A. 

Swampscott, Little's Point. 
w.r. Boston, 42 Gloucester st. 
b.a. 12 South st.; Vice-pres. 

Proctor, Henry H. 

Swampscott, Little's Point. 

w.r. Boston, 282 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 12 South st. ; Pres. 

Prcudy, B. H. 

Swampscott, 941 Humphrey st. 

Ratshesky, I. A. 

Swampscott, " Beachhurst," Puritan 

road, 
w. r. Boston, 232 Commonwealth ave 
b. a. 28 Court st. ; Treas. U.S. Trust Co' 

Remick, Chas. H. 

Swampscott, Puritan road. Whale's 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 909 Beacon st. 



Remick, E. D. 

Swampscott, 163 Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 909 Beacon st. 
b. a. 26 India st. ; Clerk. 

Remick, Paul. 

Swampscott, 163 Puritan road. 

w. r. Boston, 909 Beacon st. ; Student. 

Remick, Timothy. 

Swampscott, Puritan Road, Whale's 

Beach. 
w. r. Boston, 116 Newbury st. 
b. a. 200 Summer st. ; Cotton wool and 

cotton waste. 

Rhodes, Mrs. Albert H. 

Swampscott, "Hayslope," Atlantic 

ave., Phillips Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 259 Newbury st. 

Rhodes, Miss Florence R. 

Swamp)Scott, "Hayslope," Atlantic 

ave., Phillips Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 259 Newbury st. 

Rhodes, Fred F. 

Swampscott, 70 Atlantic ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Brookline. 
b. a. Boston, 72 Lincoln st. 

Robinson, Miss Isabel W. 

With Andrew W. Preston. 

Rolfe, Charles E. 

Swampscott, Former Phillips Cottage, 
Atlantic and Ocean aves., Phillips 
Beach. 

w.r. Swampscott, 104 Atlantic ave. 

b.a. Lynn, 144 Market st.; Treas. 
Besse- Rolfe Co., Clothing. 

Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. James M. 

Witli Col. and Mrs. Wm M. Bunting. 

Sampson, E. Bertrand. 

Swampscott, 120 Puritan road. 
w. r. Jamaica Plain, 18 Myrtle st. 

Sargent, Wm. Denney. 

With Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whitney 
(son). 

Sargent, Miss Elizabeth F. 

With Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whitney 
(daughter). 

Sayles, Mrs. R. L. 

Swampscott, 202 Puritan road. 



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Shaw, Dr. Henry L. 

Swanipscott, Forest ave. 
w. r. Boston, 19 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 19 Commonwealth ave.; Phy- 
sician. 

Shelton, Benj. H. 

Swampscott, 152 Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 66 Beacon st. 
b. a. 152 Milk st. 

Shelton, Chas. P. 

Swampscott, Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 66 Beacon st. 
b. a. 152 Milk st. 

Shepard, John 

Swampscott, "Edgewater," Atlantic 

ave., Phillips Beach, 
b.a. Boston, 30 Winter st. 

Simmons, Mrs. Elizabeth F. 

Swampscott, 30 Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Boston, 206 Commonwealth ave. 

Smith, Donald H. 

Swampscott, Puritan road. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Westminster. 

b. a. 140 Essex st. ; Secretary. 

Smith, Frederick E. 

Swampscott, "White-Court," Little's 

Point, 
w. r. Dayton, Ohio. 

Smith, George E. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave,. Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, Parker House, 
b. a. 405 Sears building; Lawyer. 

Spiller, Joseph B. 

Swampscott, Atlantic ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 31 Ivy st. 
b. a. 26 Summer st. 

Stanley, Frank F. 

Swampscott, Jeffries Point, Puritan 

lane, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Ericsson, 
b. a. 79 Milk st., room 714. 

Stanley, Mrs. Mary E. 

Swampscott, 25 Palmer ave. 

Stempson, Mrs. T. M. 

Swampscott, Lodge estate, Purtian rd 



Stevens, Mrs. Helen H. 

Swampscott, "Red Gables," Little's 
Point. 

w.r. Brookline. 

Stevens, Miss Elizabeth. 

Swampscott, The Belleview, 1047 

Humphrey st. 
w.r. Lowell, Highland st. 

Sweetzer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Swampscott, 201 Humphrey st. 

Tarbell, Mrs. John F. 

Swampscott, "Beach End," Little's 

Point, Puritan road, 
w. r. Boston, 220 Commonwealth ave 

Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. Everit B. 

Swampscott, Phillips ave., Phillips 
Beach. 

w. r. Swampscott. 

b. a. Boston, 1 79 South st. ; Treas. Boot 
and Shoe Recorder. 

Tower, Mrs. Isaac H. 

With Mrs. John F. Tarbell. 

Traiser, Richard E. 

Swampscott, D. H. Lane Cottage, 
Phillips ave., Phillips Beach. 

w.r. Boston, 474 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 121 Court st.; H. Traiser & Co., 
cigars and tobacco. 

Viles, Alden E. 

Swampscott, Palmer ave., Phillips 

Beach, 
w. r. Boston, 266 Newbury st. 
b. a. 53 Tremont st. 

Vorenberg, Fred. 

Swampscott, "Green Gate," Puritan 

road and Lincoln House ave. 
w. r. Boston, 504 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 67 Washington st. 

Vorenberg, Samuel. 

Swampscott, "Green Gate," Puritan 

road and Lincoln House ave. 
w. r. Boston, 504 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 67 Washington st. ; Clerk. 

Vorenberg, Simon. 

Swampscott, "Green Gate," Puritan 

road and Lincoln House ave. 
w. r. Boston, 504 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 67 Washington st. 




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Formerly the Wiunepoyken Hotel 

2<;Ss:;^^s::;=^J HIS is one of the oldest and best known hotels in Essex 
\Q* ^-__- O' Cotinty, situated on Lake Chebacco, the largest of a chain 
of six lakes, in Hamilton, Massachusetts. 



This Hotel has become famous for its Chiclcen Dinners and Steaics 



and is now owned and personally managed by the man 
who made Chicken Dinners famous at old Cooper Tavern in Arlington. 
The roads are the l^est in the State for autotnobiling and driving, 
and Chebacco Lake affords excellent boating and fishing, also gunning 
in season. The house has been thoroughly renovated and refurnished 
and parties wiU find first-class accommodations. The rooms are large 
and the view from the windows is unsurpassed. A large veranda ex- 
tends around the house where parties may have dinners served in the 
open air under the pines. 

Parties coming via the IJoston and Maine R. R , alighting at Wenham-Hamilton 
station, can obtain conveyance to I^ake Croft Inn at A. C. Cummings' stable, opposite 
the depot; alighting at Pride's Crossing, conveyance may be had from Wyatt & 
Trout's stables; from Beverly Farms, conveyance at W. Low's stable, opposite 
depot. Stables connected by telephone. 



Telephone 

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Rob't. B. Wardwell. 

Swampscott, Pro]). Lincoln House. 

Wellington, William H. 

S\vani])scott, Little's Point, Puritan rd. 
w.r. Roxbury, 420 Beacon ave. 
b.a. Boston, 202 Devonshire st. ; Well- 
ington, Sears & Co., cotton and duck 

Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Addis M. 

Swampscott, Forest ave. "Cedar- 
Wold." 

b. a. Boston, 131 State st., room 808. 

Children: Matilda D. Sargent, 15 yrs. 
(daughter); Clement D. Sargent, 19 
yrs (son). 

Whiting, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. 

Swampscott, Galloupe's Point, 
w.r. Cambridge, 11 Ware st. 

Williams, Channing. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Williams. 



Williams, Jeremiah. 

Swampscott, 250 Puritan road. 

w.r. Boston, 18G Marlboro st. 

b.a. 302 Summer st. ; Wool merchant. 

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. 

Swampscott, Puritan lane, 

w. r. Boston, 23 Eliot St., Jamaica 

Plain, 
b. a. 302 Summer st. 

Williams, Samuel. 

Swampscott, 138 Puritan road. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 68 Essex st. 

Wyman, Louis A. 

Swampscott, 15 Ocean ave. 
w.r. Lynn, 23 Sagamore st. 
b.a. Boston, 18 P. O. square; Treas. 
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Brown, Mr. and Mrs. S. \., Boston. 
Buenz, K., German Consul General, New 

York City. 
Butler, Mrs. Charles F., Boston. 
Camp, Mr. H. Roy, New York. 
Camp, Mr. J. Victor, New York. 
Candee, Mrs. Horace, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Chappell, Mrs., Boston. 
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. J. V., Chicago, 111. 
Currier, Mr. and Mrs. C. L., Boston. 
Ditmas, Mr. and Mrs. J. E., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Dole, Miss H. C, Brookline, Mass. 
Dowse, Granton Hall, Boston. 
Dowse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F., Boston. 
Falvey, Mr. and Mrs. T. J., S. Boston. 
French, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W., Brookline. 
Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Boston. 
Haskell, Miss Grace, Boston. 
Howes, Mr. H. S., Brookline. 
Howes, Mr. S. C, Brookline, 
Jaccard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M., Kansas 

City, Mo. 
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. W. S., Boston. 
Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. James T., Boston. 
LaCosta, Mr. and Mrs. H. D., New York. 
Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. E. W., New York 

City. 



Loose, Mr. and Mrs. J. S., Kansas City, Mo. 
Mack, Mr. and Mrs. John, Boston. 
Mahn, Mr. Louis, Boston. 
McCormick, Mrs. Oran. Boston. 
McMasters, Mr, and Mrs. R. H,, Montreal, 

Canada. 
Middleton, Mrs., Germantown, Pa. 
Morris, Judge M. F., Washington, D. C. 
Murphy, Mrs. Ella, Detroit, Mich. 
Parker, Mrs. Charles E., Boston. 
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L., Boston. 
Parker, Mr. DeWitt H., Boston. 
Parker, Mrs. J. A., Boston. 
Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. A. P., Jamaica Plain, 
Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene, Boston. 
Richardson, Mrs. George R., Boston. 
Shriner, Mr., 

Strong, Mr. and Mrs. E. A., Boston. 
Tarker, Miss, Brookline. 
Tobey, Dr. W. E., Boston. 
Townsend, Mrs. Rufus, Albany, N. Y. 
Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. W. B., Boston. 
Van Wormer, Miss Emma, Albany, N. Y. 
Van Wormer, Mrs. Jasper, Albany, N. Y. 
Visscher, Mr. E. W., Albany, N. Y. 
Visscher, Mr. W. L., Albany, N. Y. 
Visscher, Mrs. J. B., Albany, N. Y. 
Warren, Mr. and Mrs. A. D., Chicago, 111. 
Wiggin, Mr. and Mrs. P. C, Boston. 
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, Brookline, 
Winch, Mrs. G. F., Boston. 
Winch, Mrs. John F., Boston. 
Wood, Mr. L. E., Fall River. 
Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. F. W., Boston. 



Beacch Bl\iff. 



Beacli Bluff is a part of Swampscott, but has a post office and 
a railroad station on the Marblehead Branch of the Boston & Maine 
railroad, 15 miles from Boston. Fare, 30 cents; ten rides, $2.50; 
fifty-ride book, $10.00. Electric cars to Swampscott, Lynn and 
Boston every 15 minutes. 



HOTELS: Preston, Elms, Bellevue. 
POSTMASTER: F. E. Powers. 
EXPRESS COMPANIES: American, Wid" 
ger's local. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & M. 

R. R. depot, J. C. Morrell & Co. 

MAILS ARRIVE FROM BOSTON: 7.25, 12.00, 

4-45- 
MAILS ARRIVE FROM LYNN: q.15 4.45. 

MAILS CLOSE FOR BOSTON: 8.00, 12.30, 
0. 10. 

MAILS CLOSE FOR LYNN: 9.45, 4.30. 



POST OFFICE OPEN: 7.00 to 6.00. 
Sundays: 10.00 to 10.30. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7. 11, 9.02, 
10.15, II. 29, 1. 13, 2.02, 3.00, 4.21, 4.33, 
5-35- 5-53. 6.36, 8.25, 9.59, 11.47- 
Sundays: 10.12, 1.15, 2.51, 5.06, 7.44, 9.46. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.54, 7.28, 8.09, 
8.29, 9.30, 9.58, 11.05, 12.40, 1. 41, 3.56, 
4.57, 6.19, 7.00, 9.20, 10.23. 
Sundays: 8.48, 11.46, 1.45, 3.50, 5.38, 8.34^ 

DISTANCES: Boston, 15 miles; Marblehead, 
5 miles. 



Adams, Samuel G. 

Beach Bluff, 136 Beach Bluff ave. 

\v. r. Boston, 278 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 274 Summer St.; Commission 

merchant. 
Child : Louise F. Adams. 

Baer, Louis. 

Beach Bluff, Flynn Cottage, Beach 
Bluff ave. 

w. r. Boston, 468 Audubon Road. 

b. a. 200 Summer st.; Wool mer- 
chant. 

Child : Julia S. Baer, 7 yrs. 

Bubier, Mrs. E. C. 

Beach Bluff, 38 Morsten road. 

Bubier, H. H. 

Beach Bluff, 19 Mostyn st. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 18 P. O. square; Clerk. 

Burnham, Mrs. Ethel B. 

Beach Bluff, Atlantic ave. cor. Beach 

Blut? ave. 
w.r. New York, 
b.a. Bo.ston, 68 Essex st. 



Burton, Roger Ogden. 

Beach Bluff, Atlantic ave., cor. Beach 

Blviff ave. 
w. r. New York, 
b. a. 682 Broadway; Treasurer. 

Canterbury, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. 

Beach Bluff, 45 Beach Bluff ave. 
w.r. Boston, 
b.a. 27 School st. 

Child, J. H. 

Beach Bluff, 97 

w. r. Longwood. 

b. a. Boston, 99 State st 



Beach Bluff ave. 



Merchant. 



Craig, John. 

Beach Bluff, Humphrey st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Cragin, Geo. A., M. D. 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Dahlgren, Winthrop. 

Beach Bluff, "Sunnyheld," 

Bluff ave. 
w,r. Brookline, 9 Vernon st. 
Broker. 



Beach 



(G,j) 




Hotel Preston 

Beach Bluff, Mass. 
DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN 



Open June 15 to September 15 



^TT Picturesque location. Well considered appointments. Surroundings 
^JJ^ unrivalled. The ideal resort of the North Shore ; 30 minutes from 
Boston by rail. Automobiling over superb roads. Two excellent golf 
courses. Finest beach on the North Shore for ocean bathing. Deep sea 
fishing. Automobile garage and well equipped stable. Music by Boston 
Symphony players. 

H. W. PRIEST, Proprietor 



BEACH BLUFF 



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Dempsey, George. 

Beach Bluff, Holden Cottage, Mossyn 

St. 

w. r. Lowell. 

Doliber, Franklin W. 

Beach Bluff, Motsyn st. 
w. r. Brookline, Rockwood, Cor. 
Goddard ave. 
b. a. Boston, 291 Atlantic ave. 

Emerson, Willis. 

Beach Bluff, Manton Road. 

Eno, Frederick L. 

Beach Bluff, Sea View Ave. 

Eno, William P. 

Beach Bluff, Sea View Ave. 

Fitch, Edwin O. 

Beach Bluff, "Willow Brook," Mos- 

tyn St. 
b. a. Boston, St. Cecilia, cor. Scotia st.; 

Insurance. 

Graves, Edward C. 

Beach Bluflf, 121 Beach Bluff ave. 
b. a. Boston, 35 Hawkins st. 

Grovenor, Dr. J. M. 

Beach Bluff, Mostyn st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Hobbs, Samuel, 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bluff ave. and 
Humphrey st. 

w. r. W. Newton, 61 Temple st. 

b. a. Boston, 336 Washington st.; Sta- 
tionery. 

Hurtubis, Francis, Jr. 

Beach Bluff, "The Elms," Humphrey 

St. and Beach Bluff" Ave. 
w.r. Boston, 407 Marlboro st. 
b.a. 6 Beacon st., room 1017.; Lawyer. 

Hutchings, W. V. 

Beach Bluff, 29 Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston, 183 Bay State Road. 

McGregor, Alexander. 

Beach Bluff, Sea View ave. 
w. r. Maiden, Glen Rock, 
b. a. Boston, 55 Tremont st.; Hough- 
ton & Button. 



Miller, Henry F. 

Beach Bluff, Mostyn st. 
w. r. Brookline, 1748 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 398 Boylston st. ; Pres. 
H. F. Miller & Son Piano Co. 

Morrill, C. B. 

Beach Bluff, Miss Mayo's Cottage, 

Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston, 183 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 48 FrankUn st. ; Clerk. 

Morton, Mrs. Alice M. 

Beach Bluff, Manton st. 
w. r. Brookline. 

Murphy, John F. 

Beach Bluff, 29 Mastyn, 
w. r. Roxbury. 

Orr, S. Alexander. 

Beach Bluff, "South Cottage," Hotel 

Preston, 
w.r. Troy, N. Y., 71 Second ^st. 

Paine, Wm. A. 

Beach Bluff, "The Farm," Atlantic 

and Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston, 409 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 83 Devonshire st. ; Member firm 

Paine, Webber & Co., bankers and 

brokers. 

Powers, Frank E. 

Beach Bluff, 67 Walker st. 

Priest, H. W. 

Beach Bluff, Hotel Preston, 
w. r. Pinehurst, N. C; manager. Hotel 
Preston. 

Purdy, Margaret. 

Beach Bluff, 96 Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston, 216 Newbury st. 

Putnam, Miss A. H. 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Boston, 273 Beacon, st. 

Putnam, Geo. F. 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bluff ave. 

w. r. Boston, 273 Beacon st. 
b. a. no South st. 

Robinson, Arthur L. 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bluff ave. 
w. r. Maiden, 190 Summer st. 
b. a. Boston, 107 Chamber of Com- 
merce. ; Hosmer, Robinson & Co. 



t).S 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Russell, F. J. 

Beach Bluff, Beach Bhift" ave. 
w.r. Brookhne. 

Sands, Charles A. 

Heacli BUitT, Lander's Cottage, Beach 

Bhiff ave. 
w.r. Chicago, 111., Beach Hotel. 

Strauss, Ferdinand. 

Beach Bluff, qo Beach Bluff ave. 
\v. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset, 
b. a. 137 Washington, st. 

Traiser, Richard E. 

Beach Bluff, 29 Mostyn st. 

w. r. Boston, 474 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 121 Court st. 

Varney, F. O. 

Beach Bluff, Yawata st. 
w. r. Boston. 



Wetherald, James T. 

Beach Bluff. 74 Beach Bluff ave. 

w. r. Boston, 50 The Fenway. 

b. a. 221 Columbus ave.; Pres. ad- 
vertising agency. 

Children: Dorothy P. Wetherald, 17 
yrs ; Royal W. Wetherald, 14 yrs. 



Williams, Jeremiah. 

Beach Bluff, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Boston, 186 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 302 Summer st. 

Wright, Frank E., Jr. 

Beach Bluff, "Sunnyfield," Beach 

Bluff ave. 
w. r. Lynn, 
b. a. Boston, 140 Lincoln st. 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 



BELLEVUE HOUSE. 



Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kerr, Brookline. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A Patterson and Family, 

and Maid, New York City. 
Mrs. John Fleming, New York City. 
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Warren, Boston. 
John T Warren, Boston. 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potter, Boston. 
Mrs. Kaison Gibson, New York. 
Misses Weaver, New York. 
Mrs. Emerson and daughter, Winchester. 



Mr. J. J. Magill, Boston. 

Mrs. Seeley and daughter, Lexington. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kop, Brookline. 

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Stone, New York City. 

Miss Helena Stone, New York City. 

Master Hamilton Stone, New York City. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Atwood, Boston. 

Miss Smith, Jersey City. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Alexander, Brookline. 



THE ELMS. 



Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fish, Lynn. 

Mr. Francis Hurtubis, Boston. 

Mr and Mrs. S. T. Patterson, Maldan. 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Atherton and child, 

Boston. 
Mrs. A. G. Barnum, New York City. 
Miss M. Cable, New York City. 
Miss Pinnes, Philadelphia. 
Mrs. Bradford Darrach, Philadelphia. 
Miss. Josephine H. Hayward, N. Y. City. 



Mrs. J. Otis Humphrey and 3 daughters, 

Springfield, 111. 
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, Boston. 
Mrs. J. L. Nason, Boston. 
Mrs. Gage Phillips, Swampscott. 
Mr. C. T. Bishop, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mrs. Rev. Dr. Louis DeCormis, Cambridge. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Porter, Boston. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dana and daughter, 

Brighton. 



BEACH BLUFF 



«;!» 



PRESTON HOUSE. 



Stone, Mrs. H. O. and maid, Chicago, 111. 

Parker, Mrs. A. H., Chicago, 111. 

Stearns, Mrs. R. I., Chicago, 111. 

Hascall, Mr. L. C, Boston. 

Ladensack, Mrs. J. N., Boston. 

Ladensack, Misses, Boston. 

Barber, Mr. and Mrs. T. M., Boston. 

Barber, Master, Boston. 

Swan, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Swan, Boston. 

Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W., Brookline. 

Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. M. L., Brookline. 

Cobb, Clarence M., Brookline. 

Bucklin, Mr. and Mrs. W. S., Brookline. 

Armour, Mrs. Philip D. and maid, Chicago. 

Stowell, Miss Ida, Chicago, 111. 

Spain, Mrs. N. J., New York. 

Spain, Miss Olive, New York. 

Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Boston. 

Cress, Mr. and Mrs. L. H., Fremont, O. 

Stanley, Mrs. F. E., Newton. 

Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. F., Boston. 

Robinson, Harry, Boston. 

Mitchell, Miss W. E., St. Louis. 

Mitchell, Miss G. A., St. Louis, Mo. 

Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. B. S., W. Newton. 

Palmer, Miss Mary, W. Newton. 

Reed, Miss E. G., W. Newton. 

Bufford, Mrs. John, Boston. 

Bufford, Miss, Boston. 

French, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jay, Boston. 

House, Miss Mary C, Boston. 

Goddard, Mrs. C. B., Woburn. 

Gale, Mr. and Mrs. H. E., Haverhill. 

Gale, Miss Barbara, Haverhill. 

Gale, John E., 2nd, Haverhill. 

McLaughlin, Miss Effie M., Haverhill. 

Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. L., Troy, N. Y 

Beans, Mr. and Mrs. J. B., Philadelphia. 

Downie, Mrs. M. E., Chicago, 111. 

vStanley, Master Raymond, Newton. 

Armour, Mrs. K. B., Kansas City, Mo. 

Armour, Miss Mary A. and maid, Kansas 

Citj^, Mo. 
Armour, Lawrence H., Kansas City, Mo. 
Spring, Miss Charlotte A., Brookline. 
Jones, Mrs. M. S., and maid Brookline. 



McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Alec. M., Maiden. 

Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robt., Boston. 

Dittemore, Mr. and Mrs. John, New York 

Dittemore, Miss Louise, New York. 

Britten, Arthur, Boston. 

Hall, Roger B., W. Newton. 

Phelps, Miss Annie M., Brookline. 

Gray, Mrs. Wm. R., Boston. 

TravelH, Mr. and Mrs. C. I., W. Newton. 

Brown, Geo. W., Boston. 

Stackpole, Mr. and Mrs. F. N., Boston. 

Fairbank, Mrs. L. G., Boston. 

Fairbank, J. M., Boston. 

Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Boston. 

Birdsall, Mrs. C. H., and maid Washington. 

D. C. 
Birdsall, Master Billie, Washington, D. C. 
Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. S. and jamily, 
Boston. 

Davison, Mrs. Henry J., New York. 

Davison, Miss, New York. 

Lees, Dr. and Mrs. Jno. S., Bridgeport, Pa. 

Tolman, Mr. and Mrs. J. S., Boston. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. L., Boston. 

Bigelow, Miss M. A., Boston. 

Fitzgibbon, Miss,gBoston. 

Harrington, Miss, Boston. 

Conant, Mrs. H., Pawtucket, R. I. 

MacPherson, Miss, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Snyder, F. S., Winchester. 

Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln, Brookline. 

Grant, Miss Lina W., Brookline. 

Nelson, Ernest, Maiden, Mass. 

x\llyn, Miss Annie, New York City. 

Page, Francis E., Brookline. 

Page, Philip S., Brookline. 

Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. F. F., Brookline. 

Rhodes, A. Whitney, Brookline. 

Rhodes, Priscilla, Brookline. 

Rhodes, Helen, Brookline. 

Rhodes, Helen and maid, Brookline. 

Swift, Mrs. Wm. H., Wilmington, Del. 

Halliday, Mrs. and family, Delaware. 

Bemis, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Boston. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Zenas, Brookline. 

Gillett, S. Lewis, Boston. 





he Landscape Surroundings and Gardens of 



THE SUMMER HOME require the most 
discriminating application of Landscape cArt. 

i^ Natural features of sea, mountain, wild wood or hedge-row should be accentu- 
ated, not violated, and the necessarily formal lines of the architect's labors, be it 
bungalow or mansion, "fitted" into the landscape without harshness or rudely dis- 
turbing contrast. 

43* A fine class of plants too, is required, different to an extent from the rather com- 
mon disheartening so-called "Landscape Garden" type. 

jy We have been specializing in this kind of garden work and this class of plants 
for over twenty years, and KELSEY'S HARDY cv^MERICAN PLANTS and 
CAROLINA c!7VIOUNTAIN FLOWERS are now known and used wherever fine 
gardens are planted. The leading North Shore places directly or indirectly have 
largely used our Rhododendrons, cy^zaleas, c^ndromedas, Kalmias, and other rare 
plants and flowers. 

as* Catalogs gladly sent or by appointment Mr. Kelsey will call personally and ad- 
vise directly on the ground. 



Phone, Salem 820 

Salem Branch Nursery and Highlands 

Nursery 3800 feet elevation in the 

Carolina Mountains. 



HARLAN P. KELSEY, Owner 

3 HIGGINGSON SQUARE 

SALEM, MASS. 



Kelsey & Guild, Landscape Architects 

6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Phone, Haymarket 1258-3 



BEACH BLUFF 



PRESTON HOUSE. 



Soule, Mrs. H. M., Brookline. 

Soule, Howard P., Brookline. 

Spear, Dr. Louis M., Boston. 

Finn, George H., Brookline. 

Mosher, Victor, Brookline. 

Howard, George T., Boston. 

Otis, Mrs. A. L., Chicago, 111. 

Otis, Miss and maid, Chicago, 111. 

Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. and maid. 

Maiden 
Giddings, Lester P., Maiden. 
White, Mr. and Mrs. Z. L., Winchendon. 
White, Miss Julia D. L., Winchendon. 
White, Kenneth B., Winchendon. 



West, Mr. and Mrs. C. A., Boston. 
Cowles, Mr. and Mrs. E. B., Boston. 
Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A., Brookline. 
Dutton, Miss Dorothy, Brookline. 
Estabrook, Boston. 
Estabrook, Mrs. H. W., Boston. 
Estabrook, B. W., Boston. 
Hawes, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T., Boston. 
Price, Mr. and Mrs. C. B., Salem. 
Price, Virginia and maid, Salem. 
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, JamaicaPlain 
Curtis, Miss Frances and maid, Jamaica 
Plain. 



CLIFTON, DEVEREUX 



Clifton and Dcvereiix are parts of jMarblchcad, and are located 
on the Mai-hlehead bi-aneh of the Boston & Maine railroad. Clifton 
has a post office and railroad station. Electi'ic cars run to Mar- 
blehead and to Swampscott, L3'nn, and Boston. Devereux has 
mail delivery from Marblehead post office and a railroad station. 
Electric cars run to Marblehead and Salem and to Swami:)SCott, 
Lynn and Boston. 



CLIFTON. 

HOTELS: High Cliff Inn, Crowninshield. 
POSTMASTER: F. A ("liapman. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & 

M. R. R. depot, The Crowninshield, 
R. L. Whowell, David Merritt, Clifton 
Heights. 

MAILS FROM BOSTON: 7.13, 11 31, 5 38. 

MAILS TO BOSTON: 8.06,12.38,6.17. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7.13, 7 47, 
9.04, 10.17, II. 31, 1. 15, 2.04, 3.02, 4.23, 
4.36, 5.38, 5.56, 6.38, 8.27, 10.02, 11.49. 
Sundays: lo.i 5, 1. 18, 2.54, 5.09, 7.47, 9.49. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.52, 7.25, 
8.06, 8.26, 9.28, 9.56, 11.03, 12.38, 1.39, 
3.54, 4-55- 6.17, 6.58, 918, 10.21. 
Sundays: 8.46, 11.44. i-43 3-48, 5.36,8.32. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 16 miles; Marble- 
liead, 2; Salem 3; Swampscott 2. 



DEVEREUX. 
HOTELS: Devereux Mansion. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: Wellington's and 

American's express runs to Neck. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Dever- 
eux Mansion, H. B. Usher, B. & M. R. R. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON : Arrive 7.16,7.49, 
9.07, 10.20, 11.34, 1. 18, 2.07, 3.05, 4.27, 
4-39. 5-41- 5-59. 6.41- 8.30, 10.05, ii-52- 
Sundays 10. iS, 1.2 i , 2.57, 5.12, 7.50, 9.52. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.49, 7.22, 
8.03, 8.24, 9.25, 9.53, 11.00, 12.35, 1-36, 
3.51,4.52, 6.13, 6.55, 9.15, 10.18. 
Sundays: 8.43, 11. 41. 1.40 3.45. 5-33. 8-29. 

DISTANCES: Salem, 3 miles; Marblehead, 
i; Swampscott, 3; Boston, 17. 



Akerley, Mr. and Mrs. Valentine P. 

Cliiton Heights, "Sans Gene." 

w. r. . Somerville, 4 Gilson Terrace, 

b. a. Boston, 172 Federal st.; manager. 

Armington, Francis B. 

Devereux, Beach ave. cor. Atlantic, 
w. r. Marblehead, i Front, st. ; Humph- 
rey Coal Co. 

Ayres, Frank C. 

Clifton Heights, 

w. r. Newton Centre, 32 Ridge ave. 

b. a. 1 1 01 Old South bld'g. Boston. 

Badger, Erastus B. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 856 Beacon st. 
b.a. 75 Pitts st.; E. B. Badger & Sons, 
Inc., Coppersmiths. 



Bates, Mrs, Sarah A. 

Clifton, Ware Cottage. 
w.r. Salem, 2 Church st. 

Bent, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. 

Clifton Heights, Cook Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, Dorchester, 
b. a. 93 Causeway st.; wholesale bed- 
ding. 

Booth, Edward S. 

Clifton, Owencroft, Stearns Beach, 
w. r. Brookline, 1110 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 70 Kilby St.; Supt. Ley- 
land S. S. line. 

Boutwell, Mr. and Mrs. Raswell M. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Boston, 300 Newbury st. 

b. a. 131 State St.; Boutwell & Co. 



CLIFTON AND DEVEREUX 



Boutwell, Roland H. 2d. 

Clifton Hciglits 

w. r. Boston, oOU Newbury st. 

Boutwell, Roswell Murray, Jr. 

With Mr. an.l Mrs. Roswell M. Bout- 
well. 

Bradlee, Mrs. C. D. 

Clifton, Treadwell Cottage, Surf st. 
w. r. Brookline, Fisher ave. 

Brandt, Carl 

Clifton, Cottage st. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 15 Zamora st. 

Brien, Mr. and Mrs. James H. 

Clifton Heights, Lincoln Cottage (until 

Aug. 1). 
b. a. Boston, ISOPurcase st.,; Eastern 

Rubber Co. 

Brookhouse, Mrs. Robert. 

Clifton, Hunij)hrey st. 
w.r. Salem, Essex House. 

Brown, E. P. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Newton, 14 Washington st. 

b.a. Boston, 205 Lincoln st. 

Brown, Edward, T. 

Clifton, Surf st., 

w.r. Salem, 175 Lafayette st. 

b.a. 242 Canal st.; J. Brown & Son. 

Brown, George A. 

Clifton, Clifton ave. 
w. r. Salem, 6 Fairfield st. 
b. a. 242 Canal st. ; J. Brown & Son. 
Children: Warren C, 19yrs.; Mary A. 
17 yrs.; Louise C, 3 yrs. 

Buck, Wm. R. 

With Tyler Morse. 

b. a. Columbia LTniversity, NY. 

Buckminster, Harold C. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave., near Hotel 

Preston. 
w. r. Maiden, 
b. a. Boston, 141 Milk st.; Treas. 

Buckminster, Wm. B. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave., near Hotel 

Preston. 
w. r. Maiden, 41 Dexter st. 
b. a. Boston, 141 Milk st. ; Treasurer. 



Bugbee, James M. 

t'lifton Heights. 

w.r. Boston, 58 Chestnut st. 

b.a. 45 Broad st.; Walter Baker & Co. 

Burnham, C. H., Jr. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Buckminster. 

b. a. l.'U State st.; Stock Broker. 

Burnham, Mrs. Lydia J. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 

Burton, Mrs. Mary N. 

With Da^-id Merritt. 

Butman, George A. 

Clifton, Sanborn Cottage. 

w. r. Maiden, 65 Elm st. 

b. a. Boston, 8 Congress st. ; Treasurer. 

Carpenter, Mr. and M.'rs. Edw. N. 

Clifton, "Cliff Villa" (with W. L. Ter- 

hune ) 
w. r. Swampscott, Phillips Beach, 
b. a. Boston, loi Tremont st.; Lawyer 

Chapman, F. A. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave; Postmaster and 
station agent. 

Chase, J. S. 

Clifton, Surf st. 
Proprietor Boarding house. 

Chase, Miss. 

With J, S. Chase. 

Chase, Mrs. Jennie Holt. 

Clifton, Surf st. 

w.r. Boston, 27 Newbury. 

Clark, Clarence S. 

Clifton, Clifton ave. 
w.r. Boston. 

Clark, Henry N. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 
w. r. Boston. 

Clark, Oliver D. 

Clifton, Langmaid Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 5 Mountfort st. 
b.a. 34 N. Market st. 

Clements, Mrs. G. H. 

Clifton Heights. 
w.r. Boston. 




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Cole, Harold C. 

Willi Mr. and Mrs. J. .Xcwton Cole. 

Cole, Miss Marion. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. Xewton Cole. 
\v. r. 95 Avon Hill st. 

Cole, Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton. 

Clifton Heights, The Octagon. 
\v. r. Cambridge 95 Avon Hill st. 
b. a. Boston, 96 Ames bldg. ; Secretary 
Child: Marion, 17 yrs. 

Colwell, Henry F. 

Clifton, Gale Cottage. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 15 Greenough ave. 

b. a. Boston, 79 Milk st.; Broker. 

Cooling, Dr. W. S. 

Clifton, HoUoway Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 160 Newbury st. 

b. a. 160 Newbury st.; Dentist. 

Crosby, Charles. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Cottage, No. i . 
w. r. New York, 312 W. 78rd St. 
b. a. 1 West .34th St.; Real Estate 

Crosby, Miss Evelyn. 

With Mr. Charles Crosby. 

Cullen, Mrs. Thomas H. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Xew York, West 7l'd st. 

Dana, Frank H. 

Clifton Heights, Hathaway Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline. 

Dill, George A. 

Clifton, Ocean Spray ave. 

w. r. Brookline, Mass. 

b. a. Boston, 401 Tremont bldg.; 
Branch Office, Marblehead, Mass. ; 
North and South Shore Real Es- 
tate and Insurance. 

Children: Dorothv, 13 yrs.; and Ruth, 
9 yrs. 

Dilley, A. Vernon. 

riifton, Bluff Cottage. 

w.r. Clifton. 

b.a. Boston, 453 Washington st. 

Dreyfus, Sydney. 

Clifton, Stearns Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 30 Amory st. 
b.a. Boston, 68 Summer st. ; Men's 
furnishings. 



Dunbar, Willard H. 

Clifton Ilt'iglits, Isburgh Cottage. 

w. r. Maiden, Glen st. 

b. a. Boston, 46 Boylston st. ; Merchant 

tailor. 

Dutton, Benj. F. 

Clifton, Johnson Cottage, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Maiden, Mass. 

b. a. Boston, 55 Tremont st. ; Hough- 
ton & Dutton. 

Dutton, Geo. C. 

Clifton, Zeta Cottage, Surf st. 
w. r. Maiden, Mass. 
b. a. 55 Tremont st.; Houghton & 
Dutton. 

Eaton, Chas. L. 

Clifton, "Seven Gables," Surf st. 
w. r. Maiden, 44 Dexter st. 
b. a. Boston, Tremont, cor. Beacon st.; 
Vice President S. S. Pierce Co. 

Ehrlich, Dr. Henry 

Clifton, Langmaid Cottage. 

w.r. Boston, 172 Commonwealth ave. 

Physician. 

Eisemann, Ludwig. 

Clifton, Sea View ave. 
w.r. Boston, 1 1 Keswick st. 
b.a. 200 Summer st.; Eisemann Bros., 
wool coinmission. 

ElUs, Mr. and Mrs. Emmons R. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Cambridge, 1692 Massachusetts 

ave. 
b.a. Boston, 50 S. Market st.; Produce. 

Ellis, Stearns R. 

Clifton Heights, Ticehurst Lane. 
w. r. Cambridge, 1692 Mass. ave. 
b. a. Boston, 50 So. Market and 25 No. 
Market sts. ; Produce. 

ElUs, Russell. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Cambridge, 22 Forest st. 

English, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. 

Clifton Heights, Merritt Cottage, 
w. r. N. Cainbridge, 26 Arlington st. 
b. a. Boston, 161 Devonshire st. ; Man- 
ager "The Iron Age." 

Faden, Andrew F. 

Clifton Heights, 90 Rockview st. 
w. r. Jamaica Plains, Mass. 
It. a. Boston, 376 Albany st. 



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Fahey, Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Clifton, Rockaway ave. 

w. r. Brookline, ll.' Littell Road. 

b. a. 76 Summer st. ; Publisher Boston 

Traveller. 
Children: Margaret, 5 yrs. ; Eleanor, 

2', yrs. 

Fairbairn, Carrie S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fairbairn. 
Fairbairn, J. Edwin. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fairbairn. 

Fairbairn, Mr. and Mrs. John R. 

Clifton, Lovejoy Cottage, Crownin- 

shield ave. 
vv. r. Cambridge. 
Children: Eleanor C, 10 yrs.; and 

Dorothy F., 4 yrs. 

Fay, John. 

Clifton, Caldwell Cottage, Rockaway 

ave. 

w. r. Roxbury, 10 Fenwick. 

b. a. Boston, 74 Summer st. 

Fenn, H. W. 

Clifton, Clark Cottage, 
w. r. Maiden, 48 Grace st. 
b. a. 46 to 50 Pleasant st. ; Teller First 
National Bank. 

Filene, Mrs. Clara. 

Clifton, The Herbert Gale Cottage. 
w.r. Boston, 541 Commonwealth ave. 

Foss, I. N. 

Clifton. 

Proprietor The Crowninshield. 

Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. 

Clifton Heights, "Sans Gene'' 
w. r. Cambridge, 6 Frost st. 
b. a. 112 Canal st.; Confectionery. 

Gibbs, H. F. 

Devereux. 

w. r. Auburndale, 44 Cheswick Road, 
b. a. Boston, 47 Boylston st. ; Mana- 
ger. 

Godding, Frederick L. 

Clifton, Neptune st. 
w. r. Boston, 210 Medford st. 
b. a. 12 Central st.; Gen. Agent Lloyd 
Plate Glass Ins. Co. 

Gooding, Theodore P. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Boston, 284 Newbur}^ st. 



Goodwin, Augustus F. 

Clifton, Fuller Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 172 Bay State Road. 

b. a. 16 Canal st. ; President. 

Gray, G. A. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Boston, 378 Newbury st. 

b. a. 18 Tremont st.; Lawyer. 

Grout, Edward A. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave. 

w.r. Medford, 91 Dudley st. 

b.a. Boston, 10 Washington st. 

Haas, JuUus. 

Clifton, Ware Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 784 Beacon st. 
b.a. 41 Court st.; The Schollay haber- 
dasher. 

Habich, Henry W. 

Clifton, Ocean Spray ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 1450 Beacon st. 

b. a. Roxbury, no Ward st.; Brewer. 

Hagerty, Summerfield. 

Clifton, Shore Road. 

w. r. New York, 233 West 83rd. 

Hall, Frederic D. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Somerville, 26 Dartmouth st. 
b. a. Boston. 214 Old Fitchburg Sta- 
tion ; Chief electrician. 

Hallett, Mrs. John F. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 

w. r. Cambridge, 15 Roseland st. 

Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F, 

Clifton Heights, "Fairview" Cottage, 
w. r. Newton Centre, 58 Pelham st. 
b. a Boston, State Hou.se, executive 

dept. 

Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. 

Clifton Heights, "Fairview" Cottage, 
w. r. St. Louis, 3316 Bond ave. 

b. a. L'O Xo. Main st.; insurance. 

Hartshorn, Bertha. 

With Wm. N. Haroshorn. 
Hartshorn, Ida. 

With Wm. N. Hartshorn. 
Hartshorn, Wm. N. 

Clifton, "Dike Rock," Shore Road, 
w.r. Boston, S4 The Fenway, Boston, 
b. a. 83-87 Broad st.; Pres. Modern 
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Hathaway, Miss Hannah. 

Clifton, Humphrey st. 

Hathaway, Miss Lizzie. 

Clifton, TIum]>hrey st. 

Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Watson. 

Cliftoo Heights. 

Hayden, Lowell Thayer. 

With E. B. Badger. 

Hayden, Mrs. Annie C. 

With E. B. Badger. 

Hayden, D. 

Clifton Heights. 

Hayden, Mrs. Fanny Badger. 

With E. B. Badger. 

Hecht, Mr. and Mrs. Simon E. 

Clifton. 

w.r. Boston, 16 Keswick st.. 
b.a. 280 Summer .st.; Hecht, Lieb- 
mann & Co., wool broker. 

Hewes, Miss Bessie C. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hewes. 

Hewes, Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Large Cot- 
tage. 

w. r. Melrose, 42 Francis st. 

b. a. Boston, 87 Lincoln st.; Hewes & 
Potter. 

Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer R. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Thorndike. 

b. a. 50 Congress st.; Richardson, Hill 

& Co., Bankers. 
Child: Philip C, 7 yrs. 

Hill, Kenneth A. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Spencer R. Hill. 

Hillburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 
Clifton, Gale Cottage. 
w.r. Boston. 

Hitchcock, Mrs. C. H. 

Clifton Heights, Ticehurst Lane, 
w. r. Boston, 150 Huntington ave. 

Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. 

Clifton Heights, Hathaway st. 
w.r. Soinerville, 2 Benton road. 
Charlestown, 394 Rutherford ave 
Milk Contractor. 



Holloway, Mrs. Wm. H. 

Clifton, Ocean Blufif. 

w. r. Roxbury, 26 Waumbeck st. 

Holloway, William J. 

Clil'tcm, Ocean Bluff, 
w. r. Dorchester, 14 Kenwood st. 
b. a. Boston, 126 Tremont st. ; Jackson 
&' Co., Hatters. 

Holmes, F. H. 

Clifton Heights. 
w.r. Boston. 

Houghton, Mary. 

With Wm. N. Hartshorn. 

Howard, Wm. H. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Maiden. 

b. a. Boston, 19 Eliot and 501 Wash- 
ington St. ; Treasurer Vinson & 
Howard Co. 

Hunting, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. 

With David Merritt. 
Consulting Mechanical Engineer. 

Hunting, David Merritt. 

With David Merritt. 

Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Everett. 

Clifton, Caldwell Cottage. 

w. r. Brookline, 1658 Beacon st. 

b. a. 1658 Beacon st.; Physician. 

Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Waltham, Lexington ave.; sales- 
man. 

Josselyn, Lewis H. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Cottage, 
w. r, Newton, 12 Billings Park, 
b. a. Boston, 744 Washington st.; 
Furniture Dealer. 

Kaul, Andrew, Jr. 

Clifton, Frederick House. 

w.r. Brookline, 99 Babcock st. ; 

Wagon hubs. 

Keith, B. F. 

Devereux, Devereux Rocks, 
w. r. Brookline, 312 Kent st. ; Pro- 
prietor of Keith's Theater. 




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Kenny, Colonel and Mrs. Charles. 

Devereux, Devereux Rocks, "The 

Towers." 
w. r. Boston, 213 Beacon st. 
b. a. 100 Mass. ave. & 22 (^harles st.; 
Pres. Kenny, Clark Company. 
Children: Winsor L., 19 yrs. ; Xorman 

W., 16 vrs.; Helen L., 14 yrs.; Royal 

(t., lL''yrs. 

Kramer, W. H. 

Clifton, Langmaid Cottage, 
w.r. Winchester, 20 Scheffield road 
b.a. Jamaica Plain, 125 Boylston st.; 
Cigar mfgr. 

Kramer, Edward G. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave., North Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 

Lamson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. 

Clifton Heights, 
w.r. Xewton, 12 Billings Park, 
b.a. Old South Bldg.; Amer. Mason 
Safety Tread Co. 

Loud, Charles E. 

Devereux, Devereux, Gilbert Cottage. 
w. r. Boston, 73 Beacon st. 
b. a. 2 Kilby st. ; Real estate, Blake 
& Loud. 

Loud, Miss Sarah P. 

Devereux, Gilbert Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 135 Mt. Vernon st. 

Lyon, Mrs. Henry. 

Clifton Heights, Lincoln Cottage, 
w.r. Syracuse, N. Y. , 1601 Tallman st. 

Mantbr, Frank H. 

Clifton, Langmaid Cottage, 
w.r. Roxbury, 91 Munroe st. 
b.a. 40 N. Market st. 

Martin, Mrs. Harry W. 

Clifton Heights, Isburgh Colonial 

Cottage, 
w. r. New York, 52 W. 72nd st. 

Mason, Mrs. John R. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Melrose, 42 Francis st. 

Mead, E. C. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road, 
w. r. Somerville, 18 Summit ave. 
b. a. Boston, 350 Tremont bldg.; 
Builder. 



Merritt, David 

Clifton Heights, Merritt Point, 
w. r. Salem, 26 Mason st. 

Mitton, G. W. 

Clifton, Rockaway ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 740 Washington st. 
b.a. Boston, 450 Washington st.; 
nircttDr Jordan March Co. 

Nash, Walter. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 

w. r. Boston, 362 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 47 Court St., room 43. 

Norris, Sarah F. D. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Brookline, Fisher ave. 

North, Capt. and Mrs. Geo. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. Boston, 67 Hancock st. 

b.a. 26 High st. ; Retired. 

North, Gardener O. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Boston, 26 High st. 

North, James N. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Brookline, 942 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 282 Congress St.; Pres- 
ident. 

Osgood, Judge Joseph B. 

Clifton, Humphrey st. 
w. r. Salem, 312 Essex st. 
b. a. I Central st. ; Lawyer. 

Parker, Dr. Ernest L. 

Clifton, Hugueley Cottage, Ocean 

Spray ave. 
w.r. Worcester, 12 Massachusetts ave. 
b.a. 11 Elm st.; Physician. 

Parker, F. W. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 

w. r. Somerville, Mass. 

b. a. Boston, 70 State st. ; Stock broker. 

Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. 

Clifton Heights, 
w. r. Maiden, 16 U Porter st. 
b. a. Boston, Old South Bldg.; Con- 
veyancer. 

Perham, Mr. and Mrs. Haven C. 
Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Lowell, 19 Warmalancit st. 
Treas. Kitson & Lowell Mch. Co. 



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Pierson, Mr, and Mrs. A. Lawrence. 

Clifton, Langniaid Coltagc. 

w.r. New York City. 

b.a. 7 Wall st.; room 53, Broker. 

Purdy, Margaret 

Clifton. 

w. r. Boston, 21(1 N'ewbury st. 

Purdy, Mrs. Margaret E. 
Clifton, Clifton House. 

Ratchesky, A. C. 

Clifton, Atlantic ave. 
\v. r. Boston. 

Ratchesky, Mrs. Fanny. 

Clifton, Former Johnson Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 295 Commonwealth ave. 

Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick. 

Clifton, Roekaway a\e. 

w.r. Welleslev. 

b.a. Boston, 14 Old South Bldg. 

Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. 

Clifton Heights, former Hunt (small) 

Cottage, 
w.r. Cambridge, 16 Garfield st. 
b.a. Boston, 112 Canal st. ; Wholesale 

confectioner. 
Children: Muriel L, 9 yrs. ; La Forrest 
L., 10 yrs.: Richard B., 3. 

Rice, Mrs. Duncan L. 

Clifton Heights. 

w.r. N. Cambridge, 16 Garfield st. 

With Chas. D. Rice. 

Rice, W. F. 

Clifton, Roekaway ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 106 Marion st. 
b.a. Boston, 51 Kilby st. ; Gen. Ins. 
agent. 

Sederquist, Arthur B. 

Clifton, Fuller Cottage. 

w. r. Auburndale. 

b. a. Boston, 19 Congress st.; Banker. 

Shaw, A. B. 

Clifton Heights, Knapp Cottage, 
w. r. Cambridge, 16 Sacramento st. 
b. a. Boston, 81 Causeway st. ; Furni- 
ture. 



Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Adna B. 

Clifton Heights. 

w. r. Cambridge, 16 Sacramento st. 

b. a. Boston, 27 Otis St.; Furniture 

mfgr. 

Sherburne, Chas. H. 

Devereux, Devereux Rocks. 

w. r. Boston, 513 Beacon st. 

b. a. 53 Oliver St.; Sherburne & Co. 

Sherman, Edith. 

With Mrs. W. H. Sherman. 

Sherman, Mrs. W. H. 

Devereu.x, Devereux Rocks, 
w. r. Boston, 463 Commonwealth ave. 
Child: Sherman Damon, 8 yrs., grand- 
-son. 

Shourds, Charles F. 

Clifton, Hathaway Road. 

w. r. Cambridge, 15 Roseland st. 

b. a. 74 Pearl st. ; Duster manf. 

Shuman, Samuel 

Clifton, "The Lauralton," Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Vendome. 
b. a. 440 Washington st. ; A. Shuman 
& Co. 

Sircom, F. G. W. 

Clifton Heights. 

Smith, Chas. F. 

Clifton Heights, Merritt Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 1718 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, ISOTremont st. ;Treasurer 
Oliver Ditson Co. 

Smith, Walter C. 

Clifton. 

w. r. Boston. 

b. a. Boston, 12 Ashburton Place. 

Squire, John P. 

Clifton, Caldwell Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 1720 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 25 F. H. Market; John P. 
Squire & Sons. 

Stevens, Hon. Everett J. 

Clifton, Zeta Cottage, Surf st. 
w. r. Maiden, 178 Pleasant st. 
b. a. Boston, 121 Beverly st.; Treas- 
urer American Glue Co. 

Stratton, Edward Bowman. 

Clifton, Heights. 

w. r. Newton Centre, 9 Saxon Road. 

b. a. Boston, 7 Water st. ; Architect. 



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Tait, Carrie, E. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fairbairn. 

Tait, George C. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fairbairn. 

Terhune, Miss Lillian H. 

With Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Terhune 
(daughter). 

Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 

Chfton, "CUff Villa." 
w. r. Dorchester, i8 Melville ave. 
b. a. Boston, 179 South St.- President 
Boot and Shoe Recorder. 

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. 

Clifton Heights, Xew Bungalow, 
w. r. Boston, The Buckminster. 
b. a. 15 Tremont Place.; A. T. Thomp- 
son 8z Co. 

Traiser, Charles H. 

Clifton, Merrill Cottage, Rockaway 

ave. 
w.r. Newton, 360 Kenrick st. 
b.a. Boston, 121 Court St.; H. Traiser 

& Co., cigars and tobacco. 

Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius. 

Devereux Rocks, 

w.r. Boston, 318 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 3 North Station; Pres. B.&M. R.R. 

Upton, Mr. and Mrs. Roger. 

Devereux, Atlantic ave. cor. Beach. 

w. r. Devereux, cor. Beach. 

b. a. Boston, 121 Beverly st.; Clerk, 

Asst. treas. and purchasing agent, 

American Glue Co. 
Children : Lloyd, 8 yrs. ; Edward, 6 yrs. ; 

Dorothy, 5 yrs. 

Usher, Miss Isabel J. 

Clifton Heights, "Little Red Cottage." 
w. r. N. Cambridge, 11 Hillside ave. 

Usher, Kenneth S. 

Clifton Heights, "Little Red Cottage." 
w. r. N. Cambridge, 11 Hillside ave. 

Usher, Samuel. 

Clifton Heights," Little Red Cottage." 
w. r. N. Cambridge, 11 Hillside ave. 
b.a. Boston, 176-184 High st. ; Printer 
and Publisher. 



Vance, Mrs. Mary. 

Clifton, Ware Cottage, Rockaway and 

Atlantic ave. 
Arts and Crafts Shop. 

Very, Geo. F. 

Clifton Heights, 
w.r. Salem, 19 Buffum st. 
b.a. -Boston; Teller Commercial Nat. 
Bank. 

Very, Nathaniel A. 

Clifton. 

w. r. Salem, 16 Buffum st. 
b. a. 227 Essex st.; Cashier Naumkeag 
Nat '1 Bank. 

Watters, W. F. 

Clifton, Locke (large) Cottage, Hath- 
away road. 
w.r. Boston. 

Warren, Alvah H. 

Clifton, Wolcott Cottage, Stearns 

Beach, 
w.r. Salem. 

Ware, Mrs. Benj. P. 

Clifton, Orchard Circle. 

White, Mrs. Joseph Warren. 

Clifton. 

w r. Boston, 58 Chestnut st. 

Whitney, H. E. 

Clifton, Ware Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline. 

Williams, Esther. 

With Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Williams. 

Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. 

Devereux. 
w. r. Milton. 

b. a. Boston, 1069 Boylston st. ; Phy- 
sician. 
Child: Osgood, 16 yrs. 

Wright, Harry I. 

Chfton. 

w. r. Springfield. 

b. a. Mackintosh Co. 

Young, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. 

Clifton, Isburgh Cottage, 
w. r. Newton, Mass., 12 Billings Road, 
b. a. Boston, Boston Traveller; 
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Crowiiinshield, from Hrookline. 

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Patten, Mr. Charles S. 

Crowninshield, from Boston. 

Bradley, Mrs. G. M. 

Crowninshield, from Boston. 

Macmahon, Mrs. E. L. 
Crowninshield, from Boston. 

Hawley, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. 

Crowninshield, from Cambridge. 

Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. 

Crowninshield, fmm C'ambridge, 

Arnold, Miss Margaret. 

Crowninshield, from Cambridge. 

Arnold, Master William. 

Crowninshield, from Cambridge. 

Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. 

Crowninshield, from Newton. 



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Crowninshield, from Xewton. 

Converse, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 

Crowninshiekl, from Brookline. 

Converse, Miss Bertha E, 

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Ritter, Mrs. E. B. 

Crowninshield, from Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

Crowninshield, from Boston. 

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on a neck of land oj^poslte Salem harbor, has post office, and is 
terminal of the Swampseott-Marblehead and Salem-Marblehead 
branches of the Boston and Maine. Electric cars run to Salem 
and to Swampscott, Lynn and Boston. 

Localities: Marblehead Neck, Devereux, Clifton, Naugus Head, 
Peaches Point, Nanepashemet. 



HOTELS: Rockmere Inn, New Fountain 

Inn. 
CHURCHES: Star of the Sea (Catholic) - 

UniversaUst, Baptist, Methodist, St. 

Michael, Unitarian, Old North. 
POSTMASTER: B. F. Martin. 
SELECTMEN: William T. Chapman, George 

C. Goss, John G. Stevens, Isaac Atkins. 

Nathaniel Sweet, WilUam T. Litchman 
CHIEF OF POLICE: James P. Frost. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE: Odd Fellows 

building. 
EXPRESS COMPANIES: Boston local, 

Salem local, Lynn local, American. 
PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS : Central 

Office, Rechabite Block, Gregory's Drug 

Store, Wm. Shepherd's Drug Store, 

Homan's Pleasant Street. 

MAILS ARRIVE: 7.20, 9.00, 11.45. i-iS. 
4.30, 5.50, 6.20. 
Sundays: 3.00 p. m. 



MAILS DEPART: 7.00, 10.00, 12.00, 3.00, 
5-30. 6.45. 
Sundays: 5.00 p. m. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.45 a. m. to 7.00 p. m. 
Sundays: 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p. m. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7.20, 7.53' 

9. 11, 10.24, 11-38, 1.22, 2. II, 3.09, 4.30' 
4.43, 5.45, 6.02, 6.45, 8.34, 10.07, II-56- 
Sundays: 10.21, 1.24,3.00, S-i5.'7-53. 9-55 
From Salem: 7.00, 8.01, 8.50, 9.35, 10.57, 

1. 12, 2.22, 4.06, 5.15, 6.08, 7.15, 10.10. 
No Sunday trains. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.46, 7.20, 
8.00, 8.21, 9.23, 9.50, 10.57, 12.32, 1.34, 
3.49, 4.50, 6. II, 6.52, 9.13, 10.15. 
Sundays: 8.41, 1 1.39, 1.38, 3.43, 5.31,8.27. 
To Salem: 6.35, 7.35, 8.23, 9.06, 10.28, 
12.24, 1-49. 2.34, 3". 4-55. 5-35. 6.33, 
7.42. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 18 miles; Salem, 4; 
Swampscott, 4 ; Lynn, 6. 



Adams, Edward B. 

Marblehead, Lindsey Cottage, Ft. 

Sewall. 
w.r. Boston, 95 Mt. Vernon st. 
b.a. 60 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Allen, Francis E. and Family. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point. 
w. r. Boston. 

Baldwin, Edward E. 

Marblehead, Nashua st.. Red Stone 

Cove, 
w. r. West Medford, 48 Harvard ave 

Bevins, E. M. 

Marblehead, Selman cor. Circle. 
Proprietor Ferncroft Cabin. 

Bixbee, William J. 

Marblehead, the Studio, Front st. 



Bowers, Christine T. 

Marblehead, Goodwins Terrace, Mrs. 
H. B. Stearns Cottage. 

Boyd, E. W. 

Marblehead, Harbor View, 
w.r. Boston, 149 Massachusetts ave. 
b.a. 210 Old South Bldg.; Soliciting 
agent. 

Brackett, G. H. 

Proprietor of Rock-Merf Inn. 

Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. 

Marblehead, Gilbert Heights, 
w.r. Boston, 54 Commonwealth aye. 
b.a. 75 Ames Building; Lawyer; with 
Rackermann & Brewster. 



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Brown, C. H. 

Marblehead, Harris Beach. 

w. r. Danvers, 48 Poplar st. 

b. a. Salem, 301 Essex st. ; Baker. 

Brown, Geo. W. 

Marblehead, 19 AUerton \A. 
w. r. Newton. 

Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. 

.Marblehead, Cliff .st. 

w.r. Boston, 411 Marlboro st. 

b.a. 10 Tremont .st., room 70. 

Burgess, W. Starling. 

Marblehead, 

w. r. Marblehead, Gregory cor. Nashua 
Place. 

b. a. Gregory cor. Nashua Place; Bur- 
gess & Packard, yacht designers and 
builders. 

Chase, Mrs. Theodore. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, Crownin- 

shield large cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 168 Marlboro st. 

Cheney, M. A. 

Marblehead, Morey Cottage, Front st. 
w. r. Chicago. 

Closson, Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Marblehead, Sawyer Cottage, High- 
land ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 1485 Beacon st, 
b.a. Boston, 1 Lakeman Market; Pro- 
visions. 

Cole, Leland H. and Family. 

Marblehead, Naugus Head, 
w. r. Salem, 2 Winter st. 
b. a. 81 Washington st.; Cashier Mer- 
cantile National Bank. 

Crosby, John D. 

Marblehead. 

w.r. Boston, Hotel Victoria, 
b. a. C. A. W. Crosby & Son, 474 
Washington st. 

Crowninshield, Bowdoin B. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, "The 

Anchorage." 
b. a. 70 Long Wharf; Naval Architect. 
Child: Ida McDonald, 16 yrs. 

Crowninshield, B, W. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point, 
w.r. Boston, 164 Marlboro st. 



Crowninshield, Francis B. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point, 
w.r. Boston, 164 Marlboro st. 

Dane, Chester L. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, "Old 

Wharf" house, 
w. r. Boston, 322 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st. 
Children: Chester L., Jr., 5 yrs.; John 

R., 4 yrs.; Constance, 134 yrs. 

Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Marblehead, "The Knoll," Peache's 

Point, 
w.r. Boston, 460 Beacon st. 
b.a. 70 Kilby st. 

Davis, Dr. Lincoln. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, Crownin- 
shield "Homestead." 

w. r. Boston, 217 Beacon st. 
Physician. 

Children: Benjamin C, 3 yrs.; Lincoln 
Jr., 5 yrs. 

Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. 

Marblehead, Graves Cottage, Harbor 

View ave. 
w.r. Wakefield, 
b.a. Boston, Devonshire cor. Milk sts. 

Teller N. E. Trust Co. 

Dupont, Miss Evelina. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point, 
w.r. Lyndham, Greenville P. O., Dela- 
ware. 

EHis, Augustus H. 

Marblehead, Ripley Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 371 Beacon st. 

b.a. 1)2 State st. ; room 75. 

Eustis, F. I. 

Marblehead, Peache's Point. 

w.r. Cambridge, 17 Highland ave. 

Farley, H. N. and Family. 

Marblehead, Naugus Head, 
w. r. Chelsea. 

Foster, C. H. W. and Family. - 

Marblehead, Houseboat "Lillian 

Woodruff." 
w.r. Boston, Hotel Ludlow and Charles 

River Village, 
b. a. 50 Congress st. 




Guy Xoiman's residence, at Pride's Crossiiu 




*K desire to take this means to thank our many North Shore 

\Tw P'lstomers for their liberal patronage which has helped to 
^ \\ make the past season the most successful in our history. 

This we attribute to satisfactory dealings and excellence 

of our stock : fresh dugand quickly delivered. A decided advantage 

over long shipments. 

With our extended experiencse of local conditions we are enabled to successfully 

meet the various requirements of stock, labor and planting at reasonable cost and 

guarantee satisfaction on all work. 

In the laying out of new grounds or the rearranging of old ones, we supply ex- 
pert survej'ors, foremen and planters, and make accurate and comprehensive plans 
and estimates, all supplemented by our personal supervision. 

Our nurseries comprise some thirty acres well j'lanted with the most desirahle 
tested varieties of Ornamental Trees," Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Hardy Plants, Fruit 
Trees and .Small Fruits, wliile our lesourses in the wav of specialties supplied by 
other growers and importations from abroad, of Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Magnolias, 
etc., are second to none. 

Visitors are cordially invited to call and inspect^our stock, and notify us by mail 
or tcleithone when our personal advice is desired. 

SOUTHWORTH BROS. 

Nurserymen and Landscape cArchitects 

Nurseries on Conant Street, Cherry Hill Farm ; also entrance near 602 Cabot Street, 
and on the line of the Salem and Wenham electric cars. 

BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone Connections: Beverly and Salem 



MARBLEHEAD 



87 



Oilman, Hon. Gorham D. 

Marblehead, Harl)()r View ave. 
w. r. Xewton U Baldwin st. 
1). a. Boston, 50 Franklin st. 
Druo;gist. 

Oilman, Miss Ethel Sears. 

With Hon. (jorham D, Oilman. 

Goodwin, Arthur. 

Marblehead, Harris Beach. 

w. r. Beverly, 98 Lovett st. 

b.a. 16 Bow St. ; Pickett & Goodwin. 

Oowing, Mrs. H. A. 

Marblehead, Manning Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, l(i Hawes st. 

Orant, Henry C. 

Mtirblehead, Graves Cottage Xo. 1, 
7 Harbor View ave. 

w.r. Xewton, 156 Park st. 

b.a. Boston, Equitable Building; Re- 
ceiving Teller X. E. Xat. Bank. 

Ouild, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Marblehead, Xa,shua st. 
w.r. Xewton, 18 Hollis st. 
b.a. Boston, 120 Tremont st.; Sub- 
scription agent. 

Hale, John. 

MarVjlehead, Highland ave. 

w.r. Xashua, X. H.. 22 Auburn st. 

Hamilton, Mrs. C. V. 

Marblehead, Lindsey Cottage, Chest" 
nut St. I 

w.r. Xewark, X. J., 1042 Broad st. 

Harwood, John H. 

Marblehead, Harbor View, Kerr 
Cottage. 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; G. S. Har- 
wood & Son. 

Hatch, The Misses. 

Marblehead, Proctor Cottage. 

w.r. Boston, 328 Commonwealth ave. 

Hathaway, Gardner R. 

Marblehead, Atlantic ave. 

b. a. Marblehead, 160-162 Washington 
St.; Seashore real estate & insur- 
ance, 

Children: Anna D.,Alden L,, Samuel 
D., Daniel P. 



Hirsch, Simon. 

Marl)lehcad, Graves Cottage, Harbor 

View a\'e. 
w.r. Cincinnati, O., 52!) Walnut st. 

Howe, Elmer P. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, Kirk- 
wood Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 66 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st.; Lawyer. 

Howes, Miss Arlette. 

With Hon. Gorham D. Gilman. 

Jaynes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Marblehead, Harbor ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 1056 Beacon st. 
b.a. Boston, 701 Tremont Building; 
Druggist. 

Jaynes, Mrs. H. B. 

Marlilehead, Harl:)or ave. 

Joslyn, Mrs. A. 8. 

Marl)lehead, Ripley Cottage. 

Kimball, Clarence B. 

Marblehead, Graves Cottage, No. 1. 
w.r. Boston, 271 Beacon st. 
b.a. 84 State st. 

Kimball, L. Gushing. 

Marblehead, Harbor View. 
w. r. Boston, 271 Beacon st. 
b. a. 35 Congress st. 

Mansfield, Oen. and Mrs. Samuel N. 

Marblehead, Xahant st. 
w^r. Boston, 231 Beacon st. 

U. S. Army. 

Moot, Mrs. Alberta. 

Marblehead, Chestnut st., Lindsay 

Cottage. 
w. r. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Munroe, F. P. 

Marblehead, Xashua st. 

Nason, B. F. and Family. 

Marblehead, Naugus Head. 
w. r. Salem, 18 Buffum st. ; Asst. 
Cashier Mercantile National Bank. 

Nason, Harry P. 

Marblehead, Front st. 
w. r. Roxbury, 82 Lavin st.; contrac- 
tor. 



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WHOS WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Nye, Walter B. 

Marhlelifaii, I^ j. Liiidsey Cottage. 

w.r. Chestnut 1 1 ill. 

h.a. Boston. Kil Devonshire st. 

O'Hara, Daniel. 

.Marlilehead, "The Moorings." 

w.r. Waltham. 

Proprietor Waltham Dial Factory. 

Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin. 

Marblehead, Ward Cottage. 

u'.r. Brookline. 

b.a. Charlestown, 414 Medford st. 

Peabody, Frank H. 

Marblehead, Foster and \'alley sts. 
■\v. r. Boston. 

Peabody, Frank E. 

Marblehead, Peaches Point, 
w. r. Boston, 120 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 115 Devonshire St.; Kidder, 
Peabody & Co., bankers. 

Percival, David C. Jr. 

Marblehead, Grey ct., Kimball st. 

w. r. Boston, 306 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 373 Washington st. 

Treas. D. C. Percival & Co., Inc. 

Percival, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. 

Marblehead, "Greycourt." 

w.r. Marblehead. 

b.a. Boston, 373 Washington st. 

Porter, Mr. and Mrs. James Otis. 

Marblehead, Devereux Mansion. 

Prichard, Miss Anna L. 

Marblehead, Nashua st.. Red Stone 

Cove. 
w.r. Boston. 

Raeburn, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. 
Marblehead, Ward Cottage. 
w.r. Brookhne. 10 Foster st. 
Civil Engineer. 

Rand, Miss Ella C. 

With Hon. Gorham D. Gilman. 

Raymond, S. B. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point, 
w. r. Chicago. 

Rice, Wilbur P. 

Marblehead, Shumway Cottage, 

Peache's Point. 
w.r. Boston, 19G Bay State road.) 



Schoeffel, John B. 

.Marblehead, on board yacht, "Prossit." 
w.r. Brookline, li'.H Harvard st. 
b.a. Boston; Mgr. Tremont Theatre. 

Shepard, Thomas H. 

Marblehead, B. B. Crowninshield (new 

house.) 
w.r. Brookline, 89 Rawson road, 
b.a. Boston, 70 Kilby st. ; Shepard & 

Morse Lumber Co. 

Sherburne, Henry A. 

Marblehead, Graves Cottage, Harbor 

View ave. 
w.r. Boston, 499 Audubon road. '] 

Stone, Mrs. George H. 

Marblehead, ■" 

w.r. Brooklyn, X. Y., iHiO Westminster 
road. 

Upton, King. 

Marblehead, 26 Waldron st., Lindsay 

Cottage, 
w. r. Marblehead, 26 Waldron st. 
b. a. Boston, 1 2 1 Beverly st. ; Vice Pres. 

American Glue^Co. 
Umverhau, Heinrich. 

Proprietor of New Fountain Inn. 

Upton, Mrs. Marian C. 

Marblehead, iS Gregory st. 

Wade, Miss Myra F. 

Marblehead, 147 Pleasant st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Wainwright, C. Dexter 

Marblehead, Crocker Park. 

w. r. Marblehead. 

b. a. Boston, 50 State st. ; Real estate. 

Walcott, Charles. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point. 

w. r. Cambridge, 57 Lake View ave. 

b. a. Boston, 70 State st.; Lawyer. 

Weston, R. D. 

MarlDlehead, Peach's Point, the Austin 

T. White Cottage, 
w. r. Cambridge, 
b. a. Boston, 70 State; Davis, Weston 

& Walcott. 
Children: three sons and daughter. 

Wheelock, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. 

Marblehead, Nashua ave. 
w.r. Brookhne, 209 Babcock st. 
b.a. Boston, 107 Water st.; Wheelock 
&- Serrat, Ins. 



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Wheelock, Harold S. 

Marblehead, Nashua ave. 

w.r. Brookline, 2()U Babcock st. 

1>.a. Boston, 107 Water st. 

White, Alden. 

Marblehead, Crowninshield Farmhouse, 
w. a. Boston. 

Whitney, Prof. Wm. F. 

Marblehead, Peach's Point. 



w. r. Boston, 228 Marlboro st. 
Curator Anatomical Museum, Harvard 
Medical School. 

Williams, Walter L. and Family. 

Marblehead, Goodwin Landing. 

w. r. Peabody, Mass. 

b. a. Bosten, 5 State St.; salesman. 

Wrightington, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. 

Marblehead, 

w. r. Brookline, Harvard ave. 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 

NEW FOUNTAIN INN. 



Mrs. W. H. Turner, Kingston, N. Y. 

A. \V. Kennard, Boston. 

Mrs. E. Bruhn, Jamaica Plain. 

Miss Lucy Bruhn, Jamaica Plain. 

Mrs. Knowlton, Boston. 

Walter Knowlton, Boston. 

Mrs. M. Knowlton, Boston. 

Miss E. E. Henderson, Dedham. 

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Crocker, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland O. Lamb, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Loring Swasey, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bailey, Wollaston. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pennycruck, Dorchester. 

J. Rogers Rich, Boston. 

Miss Florence V. Graham, Roxbury. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merrill, Peabody. 

Franklin E. Gibbs, Jr., Boston. 

Benjamin Ticknor, Boston. 

Mrs. Edward B. Merriman, Milton. 



Mrs. Benj. Greene. 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chase, Maiden. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blinn, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Fisher, Boston. 

Mr. Ernest Freeman, Arlington. 

Mr. Walter Neitzel, 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens, Wellesley. 

Miss Susie Stevens, Wellesley. 

John Algoe, Flint, Mich. 

Miss Margaret Algoe, Flint, Mich. 

Mrs. A. E Emerson, Cambridge. 

Miss Mary L. Bean, Cambridge. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Morrison, Boston. 

Miss Helen Buriitt, New York. 

Miss Mabel Burritt, New York. " 

Mr. and Mrs. E. F Gibson, Brooklyn, N.Y 

C. Billman, Boston. 

F. C. Nichols, Salem. 



NEW ROCK-MERE INN. 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Williams, Phila 

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gilman, Brookline. 

Francis D. Gilman, Brookline. 

Mrs. Wm. J. Casey, San Francisco. 

Miss Casey, San Francisco. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace H. Foss, Boston. 

Misses Foss, Boston. 

James O. Foss, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dillenback, Brookline. 

Mrs. Edna F. Lee, Cincinnati. 

C. H. French, Cincinnati. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Norcross, Brookline. 

Miss Anna Norcross, Brookline. 

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Ruggles, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Macomber, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kidder, Somerville. 



Miss Kidder, Somerville. 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Watt, Philadelphia 

The Misses W^att, Philadelphia. 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Williams, Phil, 

Mr. Chester Williams, Philadelphia. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Goodhue, Salem. 

Miss Goodhue, Salem, 

Mr. C. W, Sherburne, Boston. 

Hon. John M. Kasson, Washington, D. C. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Littlefield, Brookline. 

Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Dr. Gardner, Boston. 

Miss Gardner, Boston. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Safford, Springfield. 

Mrs. L. G. Fairbank, Boston. 

Mr. and Mr. Edw. Henderson, Brookline. 

Miss Gertrude Henderson, -Brookline. 




Kesiileiicf ol William A. raiiic, at llcacli I'.hilt 



Salem 
Representatives 

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OF NEW YORK 

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203-7 ESSEX STREET 
SALEM, MASS. 





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Telephones )|tore,H6-^5^^^ 





MARBLEHEAD NECK. 



"The neck" is a part of Marblehead, comprising a peninsula 
connected to the mainland by a causeway. Barges meet Boston 
trains, and ferry boat crosses the harbor to Marblehead hourly. 



HOTELS :Nanepashemet,Boylston, Atlantic MAIL DELIVERIES FROM MARBLE- 



CHURCHES: Chapel, all Protestant de- 
nominations. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Bridge 
Farm, Samoset House, The Boylston, 
Xanepashemet House, "Oceanside," 
Thomas Snow, Mrs. R. M. Young, 



HEAD: 7.20, y.io, 11.45. 4-3°. 5-5o- 

MAILS GATHERED: 7.00, 10.00, 12.00. 
3.00, 5.30, 6.45. 

DISTANCES: Salem, 5 miles; Marblehead, 
I ; Swampscott, 4; Boston, 18. 



Atkinson, Geo. 

With George Atkinson, Jr. 

Atkinson, Geo., Jr. 

Marblehead Neck, North Cottage, 

Harbor ave. 
w.r. Boston, 140 Beacon st. 
b.a. 53 State st., room 830. Cotton 

broker, with Cooper Sc Brusli. 

Barker, William G. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. Point, 
w. r. Salem, 39 Chestnut st. 
b. a. Boston, 10 Central st.; Lumber 
dealer. 

Batty, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. 

Marblehead Neck, Batty Cottage, High- 
land ave. 
w.r. Boston, 
b.a. 35 Congress st. ; Bonds. 

Batchelder, George L. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st. 
w. r. Medford, 20 Forest st. 
b. a. Boston, 22 Dorchester ave. & 
T5 State St.; Batchelder Bros. 

Beals, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. and Family 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave.. 

Bowers Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 167 Walnut st. 
b. a. 50 Congress st. 

Bennett, Henry Dexter. 

Marblehead Neck, Eastern Yacht Club. 
w. r. Brookline, 

b.a. Boston, 85 Water st. ; Real estate, 
mortgages. 

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Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 

w.r. Salem, 7 Hamilton st. 

Benson, The Misses. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Benson. 

Bidwell, Mr. Chas. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
b.a. Belmont, Mass. 

Blake, Charles E. 

Marblehead Neck, Mrs. Howard's 

Cottage, Ferry Lane, 
w.r Boston, 22 Blagden st. 
b.a. Ill Lincoln st.; Chas. E. Blake 

&' Co., shoe mfgr. 

Blodgett, Mrs. E. E. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Ransom B. Fuller. 
(Daughter). 

Boothby, A. N. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
w. r. Peabody. 
Candy manufacturer. 

Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean Ave., "Sky 

High." 
w. r. Waltham, 245 Main st. 
b.a. Boston, 181 Essex st. ; Shoe mfgr's 

goods. 

Bowditch, Wm. Chandler. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w.r. Brookline. 



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Bridges, Mrs. John S. 

Witli Mr. aiKi Mrs. Ransom B. Fuller. 

Bright, Florence M. 

Marbleehad Xeck, Harvard st. 
w.r. Cambridge, 385 Broadway. 

Bright, E. Gertrude. 

Marblehead Xeck, Harvard st. 
w.r. Cainbridge, 385 Broadway. 

Bright, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 

Marblehead Neck, Harvard st. 
w. r. Cambridge, 38s Broadway, 
b. a. Boston, 87 Milkst.; Safe Deposit 
& Trust Co. 

Brooks, Mrs. George. 

Marblehead Neck, Paliner Cottage, 

Nashua ave. 
w.r. Philadelphia, Hamilton ct. 

Brown, C. F. 

Marblehead Neck, Reading, near 

Ocean ave. 
w. r. Reading. 
Lawyer. 

Brown, Mrs. E. L. 

Marblehead Neck, Flint Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 14 Foster st. 

Brown, R. G. 

Manager Xanapashmet Hotel. 

Carlton, Wm. L. 

Marblehead Xeck, at Corinthian 
Yacht Club. 

Cheever, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
w.r. Nashua, N. H., 22 Auburn st. 
b.a. 115 Main st.; Ins. agent. 

Cheney, Mrs. L. E. 

Marblehead Xeck, Russett Cottage, 

cor. Ocean and Highland aves. 
w.r. Brookline, 9 Centre st. 

Cheney, M. A. 

Marblehead Neck, Morey Cottage, 

Foster st. 
w.r. Chicago. 

Cheney, Miss, 

With Mrs. L. E. Cheney, (daughter). 



Church, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. 

Marl.lehead Xeck, A. j. Wallace Cot- 
tage, Highland a\'e. 
w.r. Germantown, Pa. 
b.a. Philadelphia, Pa , 5335 Knox sts. 

Clark, Frank M. 

Marblehead Neck, Burlen Cottage, 

Harbor ave. 
w.r. Boston, 385 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 60 State st. 

Clark, George L. 

Marblehead Neck, FoUett st. 
w.r. Boston, 119 Marlboro st. 
b.a. 35 Congress st., room 605. Real 

estate. 

Clark, Herbert. 

Marblehead Neck, Burlen Cottage, 

Harbor Ave. 
w.r. Boston, 385 Marlboro st. 
b.a. 28 State st.; Real estate. 

Clark, Mrs. J. J. 

Marblehead Neck, M. W. Burlen's 
Cottage, off Harbor ave. 
w.r. Boston, 385 Marlboro st. 

Clark, Miss M. 0. 

With Mrs. J. J. Clark. 

Clark, Mrs. Mary E. 

Marblehead Neck, Kers Cottage, 

Harbor Ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Closson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 1485 Beacon st. 
b.a. North and Blackstone sts. ;Walker 
& Closson pro\-isions. 

Coale, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 0. G. 
With George Atkinson, Jr. 

Coale, Wm. E. 

With Geo. .Atkinson, Jr. 

Coggin, Dr. David 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 

w. r. Salein, 7 Chestnut St.; Optician. 

Colgate, Miss A. L. 

With John E. Gilcreast. 



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Colgate, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Dunlap Cottage, 
Harbor ave. 

w.r. Somerville, 92 Glen Hill, 
b.a. Boston, State House Prison; Com- 
missioner. 

Colgate, Miss Mabel S. 

With John E. Gilcreast. 

Coughlin, F; W. 

Marblehead Neck, Dunlap Cottage, 
Ferry Lane. 

w.r. Brookline, 59 Naples road, 
b.a. Boston, 553 Old South Bldg. ; 
Real estate. 

Cowen, Wm. B. 

Marblehead Neck, Claflin Cottage, 

Harbor ave. and Ferry Lane, 
w. r. Salem, 2 Broad st. 

Cross, Miss Isabelle K. 

Marblehead Neck, The Samoset, Ocean 
ave. 

w. r. Cambridge, 17 Centre St.; Pro- 
prietor "Samoset House." 

Dahlgren, Winthrop. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., Pratt 
Cottage . 

w. r. Brookline, 9 Vernon st. 

De Cordova, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 

With Mrs Marion E. Hildreth. 
b.a. Boston, 18 Tremont st., room 806; 
Lawyer. 

De Loriea, Donald F. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 
w.r. Brookline. 

De Loriea, Mrs. C. N. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 
w.r. Brookline. 

Dickerman, Mrs. Robert K. 

Marklehead Neck, Great Rock. 
w.r. Boston, 860 Beacon st. 

Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. James H. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave. cor. 

Ferry lane, 
w.r. Nashua, N. H., 13 Fairmount st. 
b. a. 13 Main st. ; A. H. Dunlap & 

Sons, Seeds. 



Dunlop, Mrs. M. P. 

Marblehead Neck, The Boylston, Na- 

hant st. 
w.r. 394 Marlboro st. ; prop. ' 'Dearborn 

House " and " Boylston House." 

Eaton, C. S. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st. 
w. r. Boston, 484 Commonwealth ave. 
b.a. 219 Washington st. ; Pres. & Treas. 
of Thompson's Spa. 

Ellis, Augustus H. 

Marblehead Neck, Ripley Cottage. 
w. r. Boston, 371 Beacon st. 
b. a. 92 State st., room 75. 

Emerson, Mrs. R. L. 

Marblehead Neck, Palmer Cottage, 

Nashua ave. 
w.r. Milton. 

Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. 

Marblehead Neck, Palmer House, 

Nashua st. 
w.r. Milton, 201 Randolph ave. 
b.a. Bostont, 120 Tremont st. room 334 ; 

Architect. 

Eustis J. Tracy. 

Marblehead Neck, Samoset. 
w. r. Brookline, 93 Ivy st. 
b. a. Boston, 236 Purchase st.; Baldwin 
& Eustis, Leather. 

Flatley, Mrs. Mary A. 

Marblehead Neck, V. Cutler Cottage, 

Spring St. 
w.r. Boston, 916 Beacon st. 

Flatley, Thomas V. 

Marblehead Neck, Cutler Cottage. 

Harbor ave. 
w.r. Boston, 916 Beacon st. 

Fletcher, Frederick C. 

Marblehead Neck, J. C. Juttes, Ocean 

ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 34 Philbrick road, 
b.a. Boston, 100 Boylston st., room 
704; Treas.' Pacasset Worsted Co. 

Fowle, William P. 

Marblehead Neck, cor. Harbor ave. 

and Nanepashemet st. 
w.r. Marblehead. 
b. a. Boston, 9 Commercial st.; James 

A. Hayes & Co. 



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Frances, Mrs. Julia F. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Friedman, Lee M. 

Marblehead Xeck, Ocean ave. Tead 

Cottage. 
\v. r. Roxbury, 41 Winthrop st. 
b. r. Boston, 53 State st., room 926; 

Morse & Friedman, lawyers. 

Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Max. 

Marblehead Xeck, Tead Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 202 Bay State road, 
b.a 162 Lincoln st.; Boston Last Co. 

Friedman, The Misses. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedman. 

Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Ransom B. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Brookline, 1U3 Sewall ave. 
b. a Boston, 137 Milk st.; Pres. Bos- 
ton Ins. Co. 
Insurance agent. 

Gibson, George A. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w. a. Boston, 212 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 114 Boylston st.; Lawyer, and 
Treas. Ivers & Pond Piano Co. 

Gibson, Kirkland H. 

Marblehead Neck, Flint st.. Bridge 

Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline. 
b. a. Bo.ston, 1 14 Boylston st. 

Gilcreast, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 

Marblehead Neck, Dunlap Cottage, 

Harbor ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 15 Vernon st. 
b.a. Boston, 131 State st.; Broker, 

(Burnham-Bennett Co.) 
Child: Cleveland, 6 mos. 

Gooch, Nathan G. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave 

w. r. Watertown, 35 Adams ave. 

Retired from business. 

Gowing, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 

Marblehead Neck, Manning Cottage, 

Harbor st. 
w.r. Brookline, 74 Monmouth st. 
b.a. 21 Union st. ; Boston Leather Co. 

Grant, Mrs. Kate. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 



Graydon, Mrs. T. W. 

Marblehead Neck, Lawrence Cottage, 

Nanepashemet st. 
w.r. Cincinnati, O. 

Guild, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 1 Parker st. 
b.a. Boston, 120 Tremont st. 

Guild, William V. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Guild. 

Gunnison, Frederick A. 

Marblehead Neck, at Corinthian 
Yacht Club. 

Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. 

Marblehead Neck, Rock View Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Brookline. 82 Lancaster terrace. 

Hartley, Harry. 

Marblehead Neck, Jutte House, Ocean 

ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 49 Rawson road, 
b.a. Boston, 275 Congress st.; Pres. 

Harry Hartley & Co. Inc., wool. 

Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w.r. Hathorne Place. 

Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 216 Gardner road, 
b.a. Exchange Bldg. ; (G. S. Harwood 
& Sons.) 

Hatch, Edward. 

Marblehead Neck, Proctor Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w. r. Boston, 328 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 22 Devonshire st.; Auctioneer. 

Hatch, Misses M. E. and L. P. 

Marblehead Neck, Proctor Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Boston, 328 Commonwealth ave. 

Hildreth, Henry. A. 

With Mrs. Marion E. Hildreth. 

Hildreth, Mrs. Marion E. 

Marblehead Neck, Paine Cottage, 

Harbor View ave. 
w.r. Boston, 320 Beacon st. 



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Hodges, Mrs. Chas. D. 

Willi Mr. ami Mrs. Ransom B. Fuller, 

Holt, Stephen W. 

Marblehead Neck, Palmer Cottage. 

Na.shua ave. 
w.r." Milton. 

Hollander, L. P. 

Marblehead Neck, "Great Rock." 
w. r. Boston, 860 Beacon st. 
b. a. 202 Boylston, St.; L. P. Hollander 
& Co. 

Jackson, Roland 0. 

Marblehead Neck, Claflin Cottage, 

Sumach st. 
w.r. Brookline 1595 Beacon st. 
b.a. Boston, 214 Essex st. ; Seymour & 

Jackson, shoe mfgrs. 

James, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., "Grey 

Rocks." 
w. r. Roxbury, 80 Lawrence ave. 
b. a. Boston, 220 Washington st.; 
Editor Am. Cultivator. 

James, Miss Adeliadel. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. James. 

James, Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w.r. Newton Center. 

James, Robert Kent. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., "Grey 
Rocks" (former Wells Cottage). 

w. r. Newton Centre. 

b. a. Boston, 220 Washington st.; 
American Cultivator. 

Jaynes, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 1056 Beacon st. 
b.a. Keene, N. H. 

Jaynes, Charles P. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave & 

Sumac St. 
w. r. Boston, The Canterbury, 
b. a. 50 Washington st.; Pres. C. W. 

Jaynes Inc. 

Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Brookline, 101 St. Mary's, 
b. a. Boston, 79 Milk st.; Treas. 



Joslyn, Mrs. A. S. 

Marblehead Neck, Ripley Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Boston, 371 Beacon st. 

Joyce, William H. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., Ripley 

Cottage, 
b. a. Baltimore, Md. 

Kennedy, Miss Mary J. 

Marblehead Neck, Russell Cottage, 

Highland ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 1680 Massachusetts 

ave. 

Kidder, William. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Milford, N. H. 

Lawrence, A. C. 

Marblehead Neck, Brown and Nane- 

pashemet sts. 
w. r. Boston, 270 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 95 South St.; A. C. Lawrence 

Leather Co. 

Litchfield, Dr.^nd Mrs. W. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 1 Winchester st. 

Littlefield, Chas. Webster. 

Marblehead Neck, at Eastern Yacht 

Club, 
b.a. Boston, Navy Purchasing Office, 

Mascn Bldg. ; Pay Director U. S. 

Navy. 

Longstreth, Mrs. W. M. 

Marblehead Neck, Wallace Cottage, 

Highland ave. 
w.r. Germantown, Pa. 

Manning, George H. E. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st. 
w.r. Florida. 

Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. 

Marblehead Neck, Nahant st. 
w.r. Boston, Beacon st. 

Mason, Richard S. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., Hep- 

wcrth Cottage, 
w. r. Germantown, Pa., School House 

Lane, 
b. a. Philadelphia, 140 N. Front st.; 

Pres. Jas. S. Mason Co. 



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Masters, Miss Georgia. 

Witli Mrs. John L. Masters. 

Masters, Mrs. John L. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Cambridge, 64 Foster st. 

McQuesten, Fred E. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., " Ques- 

tenmere." 
w. r. Brookline, 1560 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 27 Kilby st.; Lumber. 

McQuesten, Frank B. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w. r. East Boston, 115 Newbury st. 
b. a. Boston, 27 Kilby St.; Lumber 
dealer. 

McQuesten, Mrs. George. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w. r. Brookline, 14 Still st. or 115 New- 
bury st. 

McMullan, William P. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st., Wal- 
lace Cottage. 

w. r. Salem, 23 Chestnut st. 

b. a. Naumkeag Mills; Agent Naum- 
keag Steam Cotton Co. • 

Meisenbach, Marion Vinal. 

With Arthur H. Vinal. 

Mesker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

Marblehead Neck, Castle Rock Cottage 

Ocean ave. 
St. Louis, Mo., 4958 Forest Park 

Boulevard, 
b.a. 421 S. 6th st.; Meeker & Bros., 

Iron works. 

Miller, Mr. George. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Miller (son). 

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George. 

Marblehead Neck, Palmer Cottage, 

Nashua st. 
w.r. Philadelphia, Hamilton Court, 
b.a. 1300 Chestnut st. ; Piano mfgr. 

Milliken, Miss J. F. 

Marblehead Neck. 

w.r. Boston, 121 Newbury st. 

Minns, Mrs. Elizabeth L. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., "Bridge 
Farm" boarding house. 



Murgatroyd, Mrs. Harriet B. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st. 
w.r. Orange City, Florida. 

Noyes, Carleton E. 

Marblehead Neck, Pratt Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 338 Harvard st. 

Noyes, Increase E. 

With Carleton E. Noyes. 

Ordway, Dr. and Mrs. Clarence E. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., (with 

Mr. Frank L. Ripley), 
w. r. Winchester. 
Children: John R., 5 yrs.; Dorothy, 

4 yrs. ; Marojrie, 2 yrs. 

Page, Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick. 

Marblehead Neck, Nahant st. 
w.r. Winchester, 22 Everett ave. 
b.a. Boston,' ;^179 Lincoln st.; Hub 
Gores. 

Palmer, Irving S. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., & Spar- 
hawk St. 
w. r. Winchester, 37 Dix St. 
b. a. Charlestown, Palmer, Parker Co. 

Parker, Charles W, 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w. r. Boston, 228 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 400 Washington st.; Pres. Ma- 
cullar, Parker Co. 

Parker, Chas. Schoff. 

Marblehead Neck, "Redgate," (with 

Charles W. Parker), 
w. r. Boston. 228 Commonwealth ave. 

Parker, Herman, 

Marblehead Neck, Greycourt. 

Parker, Ross. 

Marblehead Neck, "Redgate," (with 

Charles W. Parker), 
w. r. Boston, 228 Commonwealth ave. 

Peabody, Frank E. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster & Valley st. 
w. r. Boston, 120 Coinmonwealth ave. 
Kidder, Peabody & Co., bankers. 

Percival, David C. 

Marblehead Neck, Kimball st., "Grey- 
court." 

w. r. Boston, 60 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 373 Washington st.; Pres. D. C. 
Percival Co., Inc. 




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Poole, Edmund A. 

Marblehead Neck, FoUett st. 
w. r. Brookline, 1043 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 70 Kilby st.; Pres. China 
Mutual Insurance Co. 

Poole, Mrs. George S. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 
w. r. Somerville, 46 Mt. Vernon st. 
b. a. Charlestown, 25 Main st.; Pres. 
Warren Institution for Savings. 

Porter, Miss Sarah G. 

Marblehead Xeck, Highland ave. 
w.r. Nashua, N. H. 

Porter, Miss Hannah. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
\v. r. Nashua, N. H. 

Pratt, F. Alcott. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Concord. 

Price, Joseph. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave. 

w. r. Salem, 20 Chestnut st. 

b. a. 226 Essex st.; Price Drug Co. 

Pushee, George D. 

Marblehead Neck, Mercy Parker 

House, Ocean ave. 
w.r. Weston, Church st. 
b.a. Boston, Randolph cor. Harrison 

ave.; J. C. Pushee & Sons. 

Raeburn, Mr. and Mrs. A. E, 

Marblehead Xeck, FoUett st. 
w.r. Brookline. 

Randolph, Miss Dorothy, 

With Mrs. N. A. Randolph. 

Randolph, Miss Elizabeth. 

With Mrs. X. A. Randolph. 

Randolph, Nathaniel Archer. 

With Mrs. X. A. Randolph. 

Randolph, Mrs. Nathaniel Archer. 

Marblehead Xeck, Harbor View. 

Reed, Mrs. Lucy A. 

Marblehead Xeck, A. R. Kerr Cottage, 

oft" Harbor ave. 
w.r. Chicago, III., 4846 W^ashington 

ave. 



Rhodes, J. B. 

Marblehead Neck, FoUett st. 
w. r. Winchester. 

b. a. Boston, 25 State st.; Specie and 
stock broker. 

Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. 

Marblehead Xeck. FoUett st, Light- 
house Pt. 

Rice, Wilbur P. 

Marblehead Xeck, Shumway Cottage, 

Peach Point. 
w. r. Boston, 

Ripley, Miss Florence W, 

With Frank L. Ripley. 

Ripley, Frank L. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Winchester. 

Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Mai'blehead X'eck, Harbor st., "All 
View." 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Empire, Common- 
wealth ave. 

b. a. Milk st.; Real estate. 

Russell, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. 

Marblehead Xeck, Dodd Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Boston, 16 Exeter st. 
b.a. 259 Summer st. 

Russell, C. T. 

Marblehead Neck, Dodd Cottage, 

Ocean Ave. 
w. r, Boston. 

Ryder, Mrs. E. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., Brown 

Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 12 Kent st. 

Salter, Richard J. 

Marblehead Neck, Kimball st. 
w. r. Roxbury, 104 Lawrence ave. 
b. a. Boston, 210 Suminer st.; Salter 
Bros. & Co., wool. 

Sanborn, Mrs. Florence A. 

Marblehead X'eck, Rock View Cottage, 

Ocean ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 16 Selkirk road. 

Seaverns, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 

Marblehead Xeck, Highland ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 165 Winchester st. 
b.a. Cambridge, 141 Main st. 



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Shepard, Oscar A. 

Marblehead Neck, Kimball & Manley 

St. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Wadsworth. 
b. a. S3 Commercial St.; Shepard, 
Clark & Co. 

Shepard, Thomas H. 

Marblehead Neck, Crowninshield (new) 

Cottage, Peach Point, 
w. r. Brookline. 

Shuman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave., Cut- 
ter Cottage, "Mollhurst." 

w. r. Boston, 397 Beacon st. 

b. a. 440 Washington st.; A. Shuman 
& Co. 

Children: Edwin A., Jr,. 2 yrs. ; and 
Francis K., 6 mos. 

Smith, R. D. 

Marblehead Neck, the Austin T. White 

Cottage, Peach Point, 
w. r. Baltimore. 

Snow, Daniel K. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave., 

Former Edwin S. Webster Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 195 Walnut st. 
b. a. Boston, 53 State st.; Clerk. 

Stevens, Arthur W. 

Marblehead Neck, at Corinthian Yacht 
Club. 

Stone, Miss Ellen M. 

With Mrs. Geo. H. Stone. 

Stone, Mrs. Geo. H. 

Marblehead Neck, Harvard st. 
w.r. Brooklyn, N. Y., 260 Westmin- 
ster road. 

Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., Hussey 

Cottage, 
w. r. Chicago, 111., 2035 Ferry st. 
b. a. Boston, 114 State st. 

Pres. Wells, Stone & Co. 

Tarbell, Arthur P. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor ave., Whit- 
ney Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 31 Brimmer st. 



Tead, Mrs. E. L. 

Marblehead Neck, Harvard st. and 

Ocean ave. 
Somerville, Wi Munroe st. 

Tead, The Misses. 

With Mrs. E. L. Tead. 

Ticknor, Thomas B. and Family. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. Cambridge, 18 Highland st. 
b. a. Riverside Press. 
Child: Horatio H., 20 yrs. 

Tompkins, E. S. DeG. 

Marblehead Neck, Bower's Cottage, 

off Harbor ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 73 Naples road. 

Tompkins, Eugene. 

Marblehead Neck, White Cottage, 

Foster st. 
w.r. Boston, 325 Commonwealth ave. 
b.a. 92 State st. 

Trimble, Miss D. C. 

With Mrs. Margaret E. Trimble. 

Trimble, Mrs. Margaret E. 

Marblehead Neck, \Xallace Cottage, 

Harbor ave. 
w.r. Baltimore, Md., 8 W. Madison st. 

Trumble, Mrs. M. E. 

Marblehead Neck, Wallace Cottage, 
Peach Point. 

w. r. Baltimore. 

Valentine, Frederick P. 

Marblehead Neck, Brown Cottage, 

FoUett St. 
w.r. Newton, 187 Gibbs st. 
b.a. Boston, 101 Milk st.; Supt. 

Vinal, Arthur H. 

Marblehead Neck, Kimball st., Vinal- 

haven. 
w. r. Boston, 162 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 19 Milk st.; Architect. 

Walker, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 

Marblehead Neck, Highland ave. 
w. r. 14S5 Beacon St., Brookline. 
Boston, North and Blackstone sts. 
Leighton Market. 

Wallace, Mary Cornelia. 

With Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fuller. 



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Foster st., Foster 



Ward, Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Marblehead Neck, Ward Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 386 Newbury st. 
b. a. 126 State st. 

Warner, F. H. 

Marblehead Neck, 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 
Manager. 

Wells, Mrs. C. P. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 

w. r. New Orleans, 654 So. Franklin st. 

Wells, Rev. and Mrs. C. L. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w. r. New Orleans, 1622 Sixth st. 
b. a. St. Charles ave. cor. 6th st., Dean 
Christ (Episcopal) Church. 

Weston, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave. 
w.r. Winchester, 48 Fletcher st. 

Wheeler, General Elbert. 

Marblehead Neck, Foster st. 
w. r. Nashua, 94 Concord st. 
b. a. Boston, 70 Pearl & 14 Beacon. 
Treas. 

Wheelock, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 

Marblehead Neck, Nashua ave. 

w.r. Brookline, Babcock st. 

w.a. Boston, 107 Water st. ; Insurance. 



WiUiams, Arthur H. 

Marblehead Xeck, Ocean ave. 

b.r. Newton, 42 Berwick road. 

b.a. Boston, l(i State st. ; Real estate. 

Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. M. 

Marblehead Neck, Harbor st. 
w.r. Boston, 293 Marlboro st. 
b.a. 6 Beacon st. 

Wright, Hon. Carroll D. 

Marblehead Neck, Ocean ave., and 

Desmoulin Lane, 
w. r. Worcester. 
Educator, economist, statistician. 

Yerxa, Herbert E. 

Marblehead Neck, Bridge Cottage, 

head of Causeway. 
w. r. Boston, 300 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 222 Summer st.; (Cobb, Bates 

& Yerxa Co.). 
Children: Ruth A., 6 yrs. ; John E,, 

4 yrs. 

Yerxa, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. 
With H. D. Yerxa. 

Yerxa, H. D. 

Marblehead Neck, Bridge Cottage, 

head of Causeway, 
w. r. Cambridge, 
b. a. Boston, 222 Summer st.; Cobb, 

Bates & Yerxa Co. 

Yerxa, Miss Sarah. 

With H. D. Yerxa. 



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Attwell, Mrs. M. 

Nanepashemet, from Washington, D. C. 
Bartlett, Mrs. Dana P. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 

Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. 

Nanepashemet, from Brookline 
Belknap, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. 

Nanepashemet, from Louisville, Ky. 

Belknap, Miss Christine. 

Nanepashemet, from Louisville, Ky. 



Belknap, Mr. William. 

Nanepashemet, from Louisville, Ky. 
Clarke, Amos. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 
Dixon, Mrs. R. B. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 
Dixon, Miss Madeline. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 

EHis, S. Clarence. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 




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Lynn, Mass. 

Capital $250,000 

Surplus and Profits, 300,000 



Mic.xjAH r. Ci.oiGH President 
John S. Bartlett, Vice-President 
Walter W. Johnson, Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



John S. Bartlett 
.\nios F. Breed 
Micajah P. Clough 
Charles A. Coffin 
Patrick B. Magrant 



Charles H. Hastings 
Benjamin N. Johnson 
Charles S. Purinton 
Thomas W. Rogers 
Kred A. Wilson 



Our Deposit Boxes are unexcelled for 

security and convenience 

S.S to $50 per year 



MARBLEHEAD NECK 



lOH 



Everett, Thomas B, 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 

Hallett, Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks A. 

Xniieiuishemet, from Bi_)Ston. 

Hunter, Miss. Isabelle. 

Xanepashemet, from Boston. 

Hunter, Mrs. E. M. 

Xanepashemet, from Boston. 

Kershaw, Prof. William. 

Nanepashemet, from Philadelphia. 

Kershaw, Miss. 

Xanepashemet, from Philadelphia, Pa 

Mears, Miss Martha T. 

Xanei)ashemft, from Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mears, The Misses. 

Nanepashemet, from Philadelphia, Pa. 

Morse, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 

Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. 

N^anepashemet, from Brookline. 

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. 

Nanepashemet, from Brookline. 

Williams, Miss, 

X'anepashemet, from Brookline. 

Coleman, Mrs. Thomas D. 

Nanepashemet, from Augusta, Ga. 

Eddy, Mr. 

Nanepashemet, from Cambridge. 



Mynter, Miss Agnes. 

Nanepashemet, from ButTalo, N. Y. 

Mynter, Miss. 

Xane]>ashenu't, from Buffaln, .\. Y. 

Farnsworth, Mr, and Mrs. C. 
X'anepashemet, from Cambridge, 

Farnsworth, Miss Marion. 

Nanepashemet, from Cambridge. 

Harris, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. 

Nanepashemet, from Brookline. 

Bradford, Mr. Gamalect. 

Nanepashemet, froin Boston. 

Bradford, Miss. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 

Devereux Mrs. C. B. 

Nanepashemet, from Arlington. 

Curry, Miss. 

Nanepashemet, from Cambridge. 
Gaylord, Miss Bessie Lee. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 
GUdden, The Misses. 

Nanepasheinet, from Brookline. 

Peters, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 

Naneiiashemet, from Newark, N. J. 

Brown, Ralph G. 

Nanepashemet, from Boston. 



THE BOYLSTON 



Asher, Mr. and Mrs. A. 

Boylston, from Brookline. 

Asher, Master Frank. 

Bovlston, from Brookline. 



Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 

Bovlston, from Boston. 



Seaman, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 

Boylston, from St. Louis, Mo. 

Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. John W. and 
family. 

Boylston, from Maiden. 
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. and family Luther, Mrs. G. A. 

Boylston, from Brookline. Boylston, from New York 



Curtis, Master Tom, 

Boylston, from Boston. 

Kasson, Hon, J. A. 

Bcivlslon, fnim Washington, D. C. 

Gemmill, Miss Sara. 

Bovlstdn, fri)m Washington, D. C- 



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WHO S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Luther, Miss G. A. 

H( i\isliiii. t'mm Xew York. 

Whitaker, Mr. C. A. 

H< lvl^-^l 111, fmin Tvni,'sb(ir()Ugh. 

Whitaker, Miss Harriet B. 
I-ioylston, from Tyngsborough. 

Miller, Mrs. W. H. 

Boylston, frum Boston. 

Miller, Miss D. C. 

Boylston, from Boston. 

Miller, Miss Florence. 

Bovlston, froin Boston. 



Miller, Mr. Bent. 

Hoylstuii, from Boston. 

Oakes, Miss Edith, 

Boylston, from Boston. 

Williams, Mrs. R. E. 

Boylston, from Bournemonth, England. 

Royce, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. 

Boylston, from Boston. 

Gregerson, Miss E. 

Boylston, from Boston. 



BEVERLY. 

Beverly is a city of 18,000 population, with many sub-divisions 
of territory as follows: North Beverly, Beverly Farms, Montserrat, 
Prides Crossing, Beverly Cove, Rial Side. Prides and Beverly 
Farms have separate postoffices, but the other localities have 
tlieir mail delivered from the Beverly office. It has five railway 
stations on the Boston and Maine railroad. Electric cars run to 
Danvers, Salem, Wenham-Asbury Grove and Gloucester, and 
Beverly Cove. 

CHURCHES: ist Baptist, Cabot cor. Ab- 
bott; Beverly Farms Baptist, Hart st.; 

2nd Congregational, Conant cor. Cabot; 

Dane St Congregational, Dane st. ; Wash- 
ington St. Congregational, Washington 

St.; St. Peters Episcopal, Cabot cor. Bow; 

St. John's Episcopal, Hale ave.; Method- 
ist Episcopal, Railroad ave.; Roman 

Catholic, 251 Cabot st.; St. Margaret's, 

Hale st. ; ist Parish (Unitarian) Cabot st. ; 

ist Universalist, Judson st.; Centreville 

Religious Union , Centreville Chapel ; S ven- 

ska (Swedish) Mission, 129 Cabot st. ; 2nd 

Advent Mission, 9 Hale st.; Immanuel 

Church, 60 Bridge; Salvation Army, 5 

Hale St. 
POSTMASTER: Francis Norwood. 
MAYOR: S. Harvev Dow. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE : 
EXPRESS COMPANIES: Boston local and 

American. 
PUBLIC TELEPHONES: 24 Cabot st., 87 

Cabot, 100 Cabot, 128 Cabot, 130 Cabot, 

150 Cabot, 162 Cabot, 188 Cabot, 217 

Cabot, 248 Cabot, 259 Cabot, 371 Cabot, 

98 Elliott, Essex & Winter, cor. Fayette 

& Cabot, cor. Federal & Cabot, 63 Front, 

Hale & Lothrop, B. & M. R. R., cor. Park 

& Railroad ave., 155 Rantoul, 254 Ran- 

toul, Rantoul st. & Railroad ave., Ran- 
toul cor. Elliot, Rial Side, Sandy Point 

Jubilee Yacht Club, Beverly Cove, G. E. 

Johnson, H. P. W^oodbury 'S: Son. 
MAILS ARRIVE: 

From Boston, South, West and Foreign, 



7.00, 8.30, 12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 430, 6.00, 

7.00. 

Salem, Marblehead, Peabody and Danvers, 

7.00, 8.30, 12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30, 6.00, 

7.00. 

Lynn: 7.00, 8.30, 12.00, r.30, 3.00, 4.30, 

6.00, 7 .00. 

Gloucester Branch, 8.00, 11.00, 2.00, 6.00. 

East, 7.00, 12.30. 4.30. 

Newburyport and Ipswich, 7 00, 12.30, 

4.30. 

Wenham, Hamilton and Essex, 7.00, 

12.30, 4.30. 



Sundays: 10.00 a. m. 
POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.50 a. m., to 9.00 p.m. 
Sundays: 10.00 to 10.30 a. m., 12.00 m. to 

1. 00 p. M. 

MONEY ORDER DIVISION: 8.00 A.M. to 

6.00 p. M., except Sundav and Holidays. 
MAILS DEPART: 

For Boston, South, West and Foreign, 

6.20, 7.30, 10.30, 11.39. 12.15, I-30- 3-45. 

5-15' 7-I5- 

Salem, Marblehead, Peabody and Danvers, 

7.30, 10.30, 12.15, 1-30. 3-45. 5-^5. 5-50f 

7.15. 

Lynn, 7.30, 10.15, ii-3o. i-3o. 3-45. S-'S- 

5-50. 7-15. 

Gloucester Branch 6.20 , 1 1 .00, 2.30, 5.15. 

Provinces and all Points East, 8.00, 5. 50. 

Maine and Eastern New Hampshire, 8.00, 

1 1 .30 , 3.45, 550 , 7.15. 

Newburyport and Ipswich, 8. 00, 10.30, 

3.45, 5,15 , 7.15. 

Wenham, Hamilton and Essex, 8.00, 345- 

Sundays: 5.00 p. m. 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON 6.42, 8.00, 8.16, 

8.54, 9.23, 9.58, *I0.23, 11.00, 11.22, 

11.56, 1.05, 1. 15, *i.5o, 2.24, 2.48, 3.19, 
3-55. 4 05, 4-5'o. 518, 5.36 6.04, 6.13, 
6-35. 703, 7.17, 7.49,8.33,9.10,10.03, 
II. 10, 11.48, 11.56. Sundays 8.50, 9.07, 
10.38, 11.07, 11-53. 12.22, 1.15, 2.03, 
2.50, 3.47, 4.22, 5.05, 6.03, 6.36, 6.55, 
7.06, 7.SS. 905, 9. 48, 10.20, II. 21. 
TRAINS TO BOSTON 5.54, 6.46, 7.09, 
7.40, 7.50, 8.23, 9.00, 9.10, 9.33, 10.40, 
10.55, 11-53. 12.09, 12.40, 1.02, 1-33, 

1.55. 2.33, 3.16, *3.39, 4-o8, 4.38, 5.20, 
5.40, 6.12, 6.40, 7.00, 7.44, 7.53, 9.25, 
9.49, 10.28, II. 14, 

Sundays 7.53, 8.53, 9.16, 10.40, 11.05, 
11.44, 12.29, 1-07. 1-50. 2.47. 3-49. 4-30. 
5.00, 5.08, 5.57, 6.21, 7.02, 7.32, 8.17, 
8.38, 9.;o, 9.42, 10.08. 
* Saturdays only. f Except Saturday 

DISTANCES Boston, 18 miles; Salem, 2; 
Manchester, 6; Gloucester, 12; Danvers, 
3; W^enham, 4; Ipswich, 10; Newbury- 
port, 2 I . 





The A. C. I.jiwii'iice Cott;i<:e iit ^larlilelieaci Neck. 



For Everything 

ElectricsLl 

Get Our Estimates 



J. W. LEE 6; CO. 



Workshop and Stockroom, Rear 5 Hale St. 
Telephone 54 



Office and Residence 
126 Lathrop Street 
Telephone 346-12 



Beverly, Massachusetts 



BEVERLY AND BEVERLY COVE 



107 



Allan, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce J. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st., " Allanhank." 

\v. r, Boston, 255 Beacon st. 

1). a. I 10 State St.; H. & A. Allan. 

Allen, Francis R. 

Beverly, ( )ber st. 
w. r. Boston, 20 Fairfield st. 
b. r. 6 Beacon st.; Architect, Allen & 
Collens. 

Amory, Mr. and Mrs. Francis I. 

Beverly Cove, Neptune st. 
w. r. Boston, 413 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 23 Court st.; Lawyer. 
Children: Mary J., 21 yrs.; C. M., 18; 
F. I., 13. 

Bancroft, Robert Hale, 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 
w.r. Boston, 249 Beacon st. 

Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. 

Beverly, Ober st.. Burgess Point, 
w. r. Boston, 36 Gloucester st. 
b. a. 10 1 Sears building; Pres. Second 
National Bank. 

Bradstreet, Mrs, Charlotte A. 

Beverly Cove, Pickering Cottage, 
w. r Boston. 

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard, Jr. 

Beverly, Mingo Beach, "Gardner Hill 

Cottage." 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., cor. 42nd & 

Locust St. 
b. a. 321 Chestnut st.; E. W. Clark & 

Co. and Pres. Centennial National 

Bank . 

Coolidge, Francis L. 

Beverly, Thorndike ave. 

w.r. Boston, 605 Marlboro st. 

b.a. 50 Congress st. ; Coolidge & Brooks 

Colby, Henry L. 

N. Beverly, 132 Dodge st. 

b. a. Boston, 14 Kilby st. ; with Atlan- 
tic Mutual Insurance Co. 

Children: Edward B., 13 yrs.; Law- 
rence C, 11 yrs.; Agnes N., 9 yrs.; 
Wilbur S., yrs, 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. 

Beverly Cove, Dresel Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 207 Bay State Road. 

Dresel, ElUs L. 

Beverly Cove, Cove Hill. 

w. r. Boston, 328 Beacon st. 

b. a. 84 State st.; Lawyer. 



Dresel, Miss Louisa L. 

Beverly Cove, Cove Hill. 

w. r. Boston, 32S Beacon st. 

Dreyfus, Mr. and Mrs. CarL 

Beverly, Ober st., " Hetmere," 

(with Mr. A. Shuman). 
w. r. Boston, go Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 68 Summer st. ; Dreyfus & Sons. 

Endicott, Mr. and Mrs. WilHam, Jr. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, 
w. r. Boston, 180 Beacon st. 
b. a. 115 Devonshire st.; Banker 
(Kidder, Peabody & Co.) 
Eustis, Henry D. 

Beverly, Porter Cottage. 

w. r. Brookline, 1020 Beacon st. 

b. a. Boston, 324 Washington st. 

Eustis, The Misses. 

Beverly, Ober st.. Porter Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 1020 Beacon st. 

Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. 

Beverly, Ober st., Dawson Hall. 
w. r. Boston, 17 Gloucester st. 
1). a. 50 Congress St.; President. 

Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. 

Beverly, Bay View ave.. Hospital Pt. 

w. r. Milton. 

b. a. Boston, 606 Sears building. ;Treas. 

Fairbanks, Miss Julia M. 

Be\'erly, Bay View ave.. Hospital Pt. 
w. r. Milton. 

Foster, Pauline. 

With Col. Cranmore X.Wallace (neice). 
Franks, Rev. James P. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Salem, 6 Hamilton st. 

Rector Grace Episcopal Church. 

Grandin, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 

Beverly, Ober st., "Elmtop." 

w. r. Boston, 461 Commonwealth ave. 

Greeley, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. 

Beverly, Ober st., "Elmtop." 
w. r. Boston, 461 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. Chauncv st.; Greeley, Cushman 
& Record. ' 
Haskell, Mrs. Jacob M. 
N. Beverly. 
w. r. Boston, 226 Beacon st. 

Hostetter, D. Herbert. 

Beverl}-, 56 Grover st. 
w. r. Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pres. The Hostetter Co. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Humphreys, Miss Ida. 

Beverly, 7 Ober st. 
w. r. Cambridge, 1563 Massachusetts 
a\'e. 

Hunt, Mrs. David. 

Beverly, "Dawson Hall." Burgess Pt. 
w. r. Boston, 17 Gloucester st. 

Hunt, The Misses. 

Beverly, "Dawson^Hall," Burgess Pt. 

w.r. Boston. 

Hutchinson, Rev. and Mrs. Charles E. 

Beverly, 7 Ober st. 
w. r. 14 Prospect Terrace, East Orange, 
N. J. ; Pastor Christ Church, 

Kendall, Alexander. 

Beverly, 7 Ober st. 

w. r. Cambridge, 1563 Massachusetts 

ave. 
b. a. Boston, 60 State st.; Lawyer. 
With Mr. Olindus Kendall. 

Koshland, Abraham. 

Beverly, former Dr. Masury place, 

Ober St. 
w.r. Boston, 168 Bay State road. 
b.a. 268 Summer st. ; J. Koshland & Co 

Lawrence, Amory A. 

Beverly, Hospital Point. 

w. r. Boston, 59 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 89 Franklin st.; Lawrence 8c Co. 

Lawrence, Amos A. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, (with Mr. 

Amory A. Lawrence), 
w. r. Boston, 17 Exeter st. 

Lawrence, John S. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, 
b. a. Boston, 89 Franklin st.; Law- 
rence & Co. 

Lefavour, Mrs. J. W. 

Beverly, 132 Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Vendome. 

Leviseur, Frederick Jefferson. 

Beverly, 7 Ober st., "Oak Bluff." 

w. r. Boston, 476 Commonwealth ave. 

Leviseur, Mr. and Mrs. Louis. 

Beverly, 7 Ober st., "Oak Bluff." 
w. r. Boston, 476 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 157 South St.; (Leviseur & Con- 
way.) 

Magee, Miss M. H. 

Beverly, Ober st. 
w. r. Boston. 



Mandell, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Boston, 247 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 324 Washington st.; Treas. and 
managing editor. 

Mandell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, "Lefavour 

House." 
w. r. Boston, 302 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 2,1, Summer st. ; C. E. Hovey & Co. 

and Pres. Boston Transcript Co. 

Mason, Fannie P. 

Beverly Cove, Prince st. 
• w. r. Boston, 211 Commonwealth ave 

McVickar, Bishop William N. 

Beverly, Hale & Prince sts. 
b. a. Providence, R. L, 10 Brown st.; 
Rt. Rev. Bishop of Rhode Island. 

McVickar, Miss E. C. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

b. a. Providence, R. L, 10 Brown st. 

Merrill, Miss M. 

With Mr. James L. Paine. 

Morse, Tyler. 

Beverly, W. A. Slater Place, Prince st., 

Cushing's Point, 
w.r. New York. 
Child: Fuller Chenery, 9 yrs. (nephew). 

Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Washington, D. C 

Paine, James Adams. 

With Mr. James L. Paine. 

Paine, James L. 

Beverly, Brookside, Hale .st. 

w.r. Cambridge, 21 Centre st. 

b.a. Boston, 48 Canal st. ; Sec'y and 

Treas. Paine Furniture Co. 
Children: Margaret W., 15 yrs.; Anna 

W., 7 yrs. 

Paine, Mr. and Mrs. Rene Evans. 

Beverly, Burgess Point, "Dawson 

Hall." 
w. r. Boston, Chestnut Hill. 
Vj. a. 50 Congress st.; Treasurer. 

Peabody, George Lee. 

Beverly Cove, Dresel Cottage, "Cove 

Hill." 
w.r. Hamilton, 
b.a. Boston, 44 State st. ; Lee, Higgin- 

son & Co. 



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Peabody, Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. 

Beverl}-, Ober st., "The Larches." 
w. r. Boston, 247 Berkeley st. 
b. a. 113 Devonshire st.; Kidder 
Peabody Sc Co. 

Pickman, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 98 Beacon st. 

b. a. 53 State st. 

Pickman, Dudley L., Jr. 

With Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pickman. 

Pickman, Edward Motley. 

With Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Pickman. 

Prince, Dr. and Mrs. Morton H. 

Beverly Cove, Mrs. Fannie Mason 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 458 Beacon st. 
Physician. 

Proctor, Mrs. Thomas E. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 273 Commonwealth ave. 

Proctor, T. Emerson. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 273 Commonwealth ave. 

Ratshesky, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 

Beverly, cor. Ober & Woodbury sts. 

" The Birches." 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Touraine. 
b. a. 28 Court & 37 State House; Pres. 

U. S. Trust Co. & Board of Charity. 

Rice, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. 

Beverly, Burgess Point, 
w. r. Boston, 341 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 683 Atlantic ave.; Pres. N. W. 
Rice Co., hides & wool. 

Ripley, Miss Mollie D. 

Beverly Cove, Ober st., "The Larches." 
b. a. Boston, 403 Pierce building; 
music teacher. 

Saltonstall, John. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 
w.r. Boston. 

Sears, David. 

Beverly Cove, 

w. r. Boston, 420 Beacon, st. 

Sears, Dr. Henry F. 

Beverly Cove, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 420 Beacon st. 



Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. 2nd. 

Beverly Cove, 

w. r. Brookline, South st. 

Shuman, A. 

Beverly, Ober st., "Hetmere." 
w. r. Boston, 90 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. Shuman cor.; Shuman & Co., 
clothiers & outfitters. 

Sias, Miss Bertha. 

Beverly, Corning st. > 

Silsbee, Arthur B. 

Beverly, Prince st. 
w. r. Boston, 115 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 60 State st.; Treas. Cocheco Mfg. 
Co. 

Silsbee, Miss Kathrine E. 

Beverly Cove, Boyle st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Silsbee, Mrs. John B. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Boston, 115 Marlboro st. 

Silsbee, Miss Martha. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Boston, 115 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 16 Grundmann Studio; Artist. 

Silsbee, Thomas. 

Beverly, Prince st. 

w. r. Boston, 115 Marlboro st. 

Sohier, Col. and Mrs. William D. 

Beverly, Burgess Point. 

w. r. Boston, 79 Beacon st. 

b. a. 38 Equitable building; Lawyer. 

Sohier, Miss Alice. 

With Col. and Mrs. Wm. D. Sohier. 

Sohier Miss E. P. 

Beverly, Burgess Point, 
w. r. Boston, 79 Beacon st. 

Sohier, Miss Eleanor. 

With Col. and Mrs. Wm. D. Sohier. 
Sohier, W. D. Jr., 

With Col. and Mrs. Wm. D. Sohier. 

Steinert, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, 
w. r. Boston, 585 Beacon st. 
b. a. 162 Boylston st.; Treas. M. Stein- 
ert & Sons Co. 

Sutton, Miss Francies. 

132 Hale St., (with Mrs. J. W. Sutton). 





Roses ... 



ATRIP that is well worth one's time, is that to the " Rosery " 
of Mrs. Henry L. Foote at Devereux, Marblehead. Mrs. 
Foote has made a study ot" the culture of roses for fourteen 
years, and has now got it down to a fine point. The "Rosery" at 
this season of the year is at its best, although one may find roses in 
bloom there until November. In her gardens are over 2000 plants 
of more than 700 distinct varieties, of which 250 are the latest novel- 
ties in roses. Mrs. Foote makes a business of laying out rose beds 
and gardens, and has superintended the laying out of those on the 
estates of J. T. and W. S. Spaulding, which contain 3000 bushes, 
Mrs. E. C. Swift and many others along the North Shore, not to 
mention those along the Swampscott shore. Mrs. Foote extends 
a cordial invitation to North Shore colonists to visit the " Rosery," 
which is conveniently located nearly opposite the Devereux station. 



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Tyler, Chas. H- 

Beverly, E. Corning st., "Willow 

Brook Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 83 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 77 Ames building; Lawyer. 

Tyler, Mrs. Joseph H, 

Beverly, E. Corning st., "Willow Brook 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 80 Bay State Road. 

Wales, George R. 

N. Beverly, "Bulrush Farm." 

w. r. N. Beverly. 

b. a. Boston, 176 Federal st.; Sales 

agent. 



Wales, Mrs. John. 

Beverly, Ober st. 

w. r. Boston, 587 Beacon st. 

Wallace, Col. Cranmore N. 

Beverly, Neptune st. 

w. r. Boston, 478 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. Shawmut Bank building. 

Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. 

Beverly. 

w. r. Boston, C*hestnut Hill, 
b. a. 84 State st.; Stone & Webster; 
Electrical engineers. 

Westcott, Mrs. A. P. 

Beverly, Burgess Point, 
w. r. Washington, D. C. 



PRIDE'S. MONTSERRAT. 



Pride's Crossing and Montserrat are both part of Beverly, 
and are located on the Gloucester branch of the Boston & Maine 
railroad. Montserrat has mail delivery from Beverly and a rail- 
road station; electrics run to Beverly and Salem and to Ipswich 
and Gloucester. Pride's Crossing has a post office and railroad 
station. No electrics. 



PRIDE'S CROSSING. 



POSTMASTER: Elisha S. Pride. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE: B. & M. depot 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

Salem-Manchester. 



American, Dunn 
B. & M. Station, 



PUBLIC TELEPHONES; 

D. Linehan & Son. 
MAILS ARRIVE FROM 

Boston: 6.51, *9.02, 11.29, 2.55, *5.o6 

5-42, *7-56. 

Sundays: *io.42 a. m. 

Beverly Farms, Manchester, Gloucester 

and Rockport, on week days 7.42, 10.45, 

I -SO. 5-4 5- 
MAILS DEPART FOR 



*8. 



10.25, i'25. *4-oo 



Boston: 7.1 

5.10, *8.45- 

Sundays: 4.30 p. m. 

Beverly Farms, Manchester, Gloucester 

and Rockport, on week days 6.40, 11. 10, 

2.40, 5.15. 

*N'ot fur le^istere 1 mail. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.30 a. m. to 8.45 
p. m. 
Sundays: 10.42 to 12 and 3.30 to 5.00. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 6.51, 
8.08, 9.01, 10.05, II-30' 1-22, *r.S7, 2.56, 
4.04, 5.06, 5.45, 6.12, 7.10, 7.57, 10. II, 
12.05. 

Sundays: 8.57, 10.4$, 1.22, 2.57, 5.12, 
6.44, 8.02, 10.27. 



TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.34, 7.38, 
8. II, 8.50, 9.45, 10.46, 11.43. 12.52, 1.45, 
3.07, 3.29, 4.29, 5.29, 6.30, 9.16, 10.19. 
Sundays: 7.41, 8.43, 10.30, 1.40, 2.37, 
4.58,6.52,8.28,9.58. 

* Saturday only. 
DISTANCES: Beverly Farms, K mile; Man- 
chester, 3; Gloucester, 12; Montserrat, 
2; North Beverly, 2; Beverly Cove, 15; 
Beverly, 3; Salem, 5K; Boston, 22 ji^. 



MONTSERRAT. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES : Beverly expresses 

call and deliver. 
PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATION: B. & 

M. station. 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON. Arrive 6.46, 

8.04, 8.57, 10.01, 11.25, 118, 1.53, 2.52, 

3-59. 502, 5.40, 6.08, 7.06, 7.52, 10.06, 

12.00. 

Sundays: 8.53, 10.42, 1.18, 2.53, 5.08, 

6.39, 7.58, 10.23. 
TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.38, 7.43, 

8.16,8.55,9.49, 10.50, 11.48, 12.57, i-49> 

311. *5-^3' 4-33- 5-33- 6-34, 920, 10.23. 

Sundays 7.45, 8.48, 10.35, 1.45, 2.42, 

5.03, 6.57, 8 33, 10.03. 

* Saturda.v only. 

Most trains have to be flagged to stop. 

DISTANCES: Beverly, i mile; Pride's, 2; 
Manchester, 5 ; Beverly Cove, i ; North 
Beverly, i; Wenham, 3; Salem, 3'^; 
Boston, 20; Gloucester, 14 



Ahl, Mrs. Daniel. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Place. 

w.r. Boston, 10 Commonwealth ave. 

Ahl, Leonard D. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Place. 

w.r. Boston, 10 Commonwealth ave. 



b.a. 53 State st. 
Amory, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. 

Pride's Crossing, "Abbott Cottage." 
w.r. Boston, 278 Beacon st. 
b.a. 64 Ames building; President 
Amoskeag Mfg. Co. 



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Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w.r. Boston, 15 Commonwealth ave. 
b.a. 96 Ames building; Treasurer (Oli- 
ver Ames & Sons Corp. 

Amory, The Misses. 

Pride's Crossing, "Abbott Cottage." 
w.r. Boston, 278 Beacon st. 

Amory, Harcourt. 

Pride's Crossing, Wax Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 293 Beacon st. 

b. a. 82 Devonshire st.; Treasurer. 

Ayers, Miss Beatrice B. 

Pride's Crossing, "Avalon," 

w. r. Boston, 395 Commonwealth ave. 

Ayer, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic. 

Pride's Crossing,. Paine estate. 

w. r. Boston, 395 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a . 1004 Oliver building. 

Ayer, Frederick, Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, "Avalon." 

w. r. Boston, 395 Commonwealth ave. 

Ayer, Miss Katharine. 

Pride's Crossing, "Avalon." 

w. r. Boston, 395 Commonwealth ave. 

Bartlett, Francis. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 236 Beacon st. 
b. a. 40 State st.; Lawyer. 

Bradley, Miss Leslie. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Commonwealth ave. 

Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 92 State st.; P. B. & R. S. Bradley. 

Bradley, Robert S., Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Commonwealth ave. 

Bradley, Miss Rosamond. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Estate. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Commonwealth ave. 



Burnham, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale St., Gardner 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 87 Beacon st. 
b. a. 4 P. O. square. 

Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st.,"West Side." 
w. r. Boston, 257 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 55 Kilby st.; Merchant (A. Co- 
chrane & Co.). 

Coolidge, Harold J. 

Pride's Crossing, Branch Lane, 
w. r. Boston, 303 Berkeley st. 
b. a. 22 Congress st.; Lawyer (Coolidge 
& Noble.) 

Cordner, Miss Caroline Parkman. 

With Mrs. John Cordner. 

Cordner, Miss Elizabeth Parkman, 

With Mrs. John Cordner (daughter). 

Cordner, Mrs. John. 

Pride's Glossing, Hale st.. Perry Cot- 
tage, 
w. r. Boston, 50 Chestnut st. 

Cotting, Miss Alice. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 249 Commonwealth ave. 

Cotting, Francis J. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. (with Miss 

Alice Cotting). 
w. r. Boston, 249 Commonwealth ave. 

Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Hill. 

w. r. Boston, 9 Louisburg square. 

b. a. 144 Congress st. 

Children: Francis H., 9 yrs.; Charles 

K., Jr., 6 yrs.; Ethel, 4 yrs.; Evelyn 

1 yr. 

Curtis, F. G. 

Pride's Crossing, Indian Ridge, (with 

Mrs. James F. Curtis). 
w. r. Boston, 253 Marlboro st. 

Curtis, Mrs. James F. 

Pride's Crossing, "Indian Ridge." 
w. r. Boston, 253 Marlboro st. 




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Incorporated 1903 



ROBERT ROBERTSON, President and Treasurer 



ROBERT ROBERTSON CO. 
ContraLctors 

For the Installation of Complete Plumbing, Heating, 
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Curtis, Miss Mary. 

Pride's Crossing, Indian Ridge, (with 

Mrs. James F. Curtis). 
\v. r. Boston, 253 Marlboro st. 

Daniels, Alanson L. 

Pride's Crossing. 

w.r. Boston, 10 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 27 State st. 

Davis, Edward L, 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate, Wheel- 
right Cottage, 
w.r. Worcester, 71 Elm st. 
b.a. 314 Main st. 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston. 

With Edward L. Da\-is, aftar July. 

Dexter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

Pride's Crossing, Dexter Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 39 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 30 Kilby st. 

Dexter, Dr. and Mrs. Franklin. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st., " Oberland." 
w. r. Boston, 247 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 50 Congress st.; Physician. 

Dexter, Gordon. 

Pride's Crossing. 

w. r. Boston, 55 Beacon st. 

b. a. 50 Congress st. 

Endicott, Miss Clara T. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st., Barberry 

Hill, 
w. r. Boston, 32 Beacon st. 

Endicott, Wm. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st., Barberry 

Hill, 
w. r. Boston, 32 Beacon st. 
b. a. 33 Summer st.; C. F. Hovey & Co. 

Frick, Childs. 

Pride's Crossing, "Eagle Rock." 
w. r. New York, 640 Fifth ave. 

Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. 

Pride's Crossing, "Eagle Rock." 
w. r. New York, 640 Fifth ave. 

Frick, Miss Helen. 

Pride's Crossing, "Eagle Rock." 
w. r. New York, 640 Fifth ave. 



Higginson, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate, 
w, r. Boston, 274 Beacon st. 
b. a. 50 State st. 

Hodges, Amory G. 

Pride's Crossing, F. L. Higginson 

Cottage. 
w. r. New York, 39 E. 49th st. 
b. a. 7 Wall St.; Broker. 

Jackson, Miss Anna P. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 383 Beacon st. 

Jackson, Prof. Chas. Loring. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 

w. r. Cambridge, 11 Holeworthy st. 

Jackson, Ernest. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 383 Beacon st. 
Teacher. 

Jackson, Frederick G. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 

w. r. Cambridge, 25 Pollen st. 

Student. 

Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. (with Mr. 

Frederick G. Jackson), 
w. r. Cambridge, 25 Follen st. 
b. a. Boston, 53 State st. 

Jackson, Susan M. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 383 Beacon st. 
Widow of Patrick T. 

King, Miss Caroline H. 

Pride's Crossing, Mingo Beach. 
w. r. Salem, 34 Chestnut st. 

King, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. 

Pride's Crossing, Sunset Rock. 

w. r. Boston, 205 Commonwealth ave. 

Loring, Councilman Augustus P., Jr. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P. Loring. 
Student at Harvard. 

Loring, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P. 

Pride's Crossing, Thisell. 
w. r. Boston, 277 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 22 Congress st.; Lawyer (Loring, 
Coolidge & Noble.) 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Loring, Judge and Mrs. W. C. 

Pride's Crossing, Pine Hill, 
w. r. Boston, 2 Gloucester st.; Justice 
Supreme Judicial Court. 

Loring, The Misses. 

Pride's Crossing, "Burnside." 

McKean, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. 
Pride's Crossing, Pride's Hill, 
w. r. Penllyn, Pa., Pine Run Farm. 
Children: Henry P., Jr., 18 yrs. ; 
Quincy A. Shaw, 16 yrs. 

Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. 

Pride's Crossing, Swiftmoor. 
w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Pride's Crossing, "Rockmarge." 
w. r. New York, 4 E. 54th st. 

Moore, Paul. 

Pride's Crossing, "Rockmarge." 
w. r. New York, 4 E. 54th st. 

Morse, Charles J. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Farm, 
w. r. Boston, 153 Beacon st. 

Morse, J. Torrey. 

Pride's Crossing, 

w. r. Boston, 16 Fairfield st. and Need- 
ham. 

Morse, Mr. and Mrs. John T., Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Farm. 
w. r. Boston, 16 Fairfield st. 

Noble, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 

w. r. Cambridge. 

b. a. Boston, 22 Congress st. 

Paine, The Misses. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine Place, 
w. r. Boston, 21 Brimmer st. 

Paine, Mr. and Mrs. James L. 

Montserrat, 93 Hale st. 

w. r. Cambridge, 21 Center st. 

b. a. Boston, 48 Canal st. 

Paine, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Treat, Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate, "Pineth- 

waite." 
w. r. Boston, i Queensbury st. 
b. a. 85 State st. ; Trustee. 



Peabody, Henry W. 

Montserrat (p. o. Beverly), Corning st., 
" Parramatta." 
w. r. Montserrat. 

b. a. Boston, 70 Kilby st.; Henry W 
Peabody & Co. 

Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Clay A. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st., "Long- 
worth Cottage." 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 40 Vandeventer 
place. 

b. a. 420 Olive st. ; Pres. Waters, Pierce 
Oil Co. 

Pierce, Henry C. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine place. 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 40 Vandevent 

place. 
b> a. 420 Olive st.; Chairman Board 

Waters, Peirce Oil Co. 

Peirson, Col. Chas. L. 

Pride's Crossing, Thisell-Peirson est. 
w, r. Boston, 191 Commonwealth ave. 

Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Eben 

Pride's Crossing, "Harbor View", 
w. r. New York, Tuxedo Park, 
b.a. 25 Broad st.; Pres. Mexican Cen- 
tral Ry. Co., Limited. 

Saltonstall, Robert. 

Pride's Crossing, former Cabot Cottage 
w.r. Readville. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale St., "Wood 

Rock." 
w. r. Boston, 287 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 53 State st. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. 

Pride's Crossing, Branch and Common 

Lanes, "The Pines." 
w. r. Boston, Haddon Hall. 

Shaw, Mrs. G. Howland. 

Pride's Crossing, 
w. r. Boston. 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy A., Jr. 

I'ride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 11 Exeter st. 
b. a. 12 Ashburton place. 

Shaw, Quincy, A. 

Pride's Crossing, "Commons." 
w.r. Jamaica Plain, 241 Perkins st. 
b.a. Boston, 12 Ashburton Place. 



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Shepard, Dr. Thomas 0, 

Pride's Crossing, Branch Lane, 
w.r. Salem, 23 Summer st. 

Spaulding, John T. 

Pride's Crossing, "Sunset Rock." 
w. r. Boston, 99 Beacon st. 

Spaulding, Mrs. Mahlon D. 

Pride's Crossing, Sunset Rock. 
w. r. Boston, 99 Beacon st. 

Spaulding, W. S. 

Pride's Crossing, "Sunset Rock." 
w. r. Boston, 99 Beacon st. 
b. a. 2 Broad st.; Revere Sugar Refin- 
ery. 

Stevenson, Thomas G. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 357 Beacon st. 

Stevenson, Miss Hannah. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 357 Beacon st. 

Stevenson, R. H., Jr. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 357 Beacon st. 
b. a. 116 Federal st.; Farnsworth & 
Stevenson. 

Swift, Mrs. Edwin C. 

Pride's Crossing, ^' Swiftmoor." 
w. r. Boston. 



Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. M. AlHson. 

Pride's Crossing, Mingo Beach, "The 

Alhambra." 
w. r. Haverhill, 7 Arlington place. 
Broker. 

Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Washington B. 

Pride's Crossing, 

w. r. Boston, 20 Gloucester st. 

b. a. 10 Broad st. 

Warren, Dr. J. Collins. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, 58 Beacon st. 
b. a. 58 Beacon st.; Physician. 

^A^aterbury, Norma R. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Peabody. 

Wentz, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. 

Pride's Crossing, Hale st.. Palfrey 
Cottage. 

w. r. Wyncote, Pa. 

b. a. Philadelphia, Pa., 1727 Land Ti- 
tle building. 

Child: Daniel B., Jr., 5 yrs. 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. 

Pride's Crossing, Paine estate, F. L. 

Higginson (Sears) Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 21 Fairfield st. 
b.a. 911 Shawmut Bank Bldg. ; Pres. 

American Woolen Co. 




What a pity flowers can utter no sound! — A singing Rose, a whisper- 
ing Violet, a murmuring Canterbury Bell! — Oh, what rare and exquisite 
miracle these would be. — Beecher. 



EECHER was an Old-Fashioned Man— A New Englander of pure mind 
and sweet thoughts; to him flowers symbolized the good in the world — 
one of his greatest pleasures was to walk thru his garden in the early 
morning among the Canterbury Bells while they were yet wet with 
dew, and croon to them as tho they understood. 'Tis said, this was 
_ his inspiration. •'If you want to get acquainted with all the best 
r the garden, old fashioned or new, do not delay and visit at least once 




1Raw0on'0 H)ablia JTarm 

(The Modern Garden of Eden) 



It is situated at No. 5 Green vStreet, right in the very heart of the old historic 
town of Marblehead. Here you are always welcome to come as often as you 
please and stay as long as you like. Intelligent guides are glad to show you about 
and explain everything. 

W. ^A^. RAWSON CSl CO. 
SEEDSMEN 

5 Union Street Boston, Massachusetts 



BEVERLY FARMS. 



Beverly Farms is a part of Beverly; has a post office; and a 
railroad station on the Gloucester branch of the Boston and Maine 
Railroad. 



HOTELS: Beverly Farms House. 

CHURCHES: Beverly Farms Baptist, 
Catholic, St. John Episcopal. 

POSTMASTER: Elmer Standley. 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE: B. & M. depot. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: Dunn's Man- 
chester-Salem, Smith's Manchester- 
Boston, American, Marshail & Moulton's 
Boston, Knight's Manchester-Salem. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS B. & 
M. station, D. W. Hardy & son, F. W. 
Varnev. 

MAILS ARRIVE FROM 

Boston: 7.00, 9.00, 11.40, 3.00, 6.00. 
Rockport : 8.00, 11.00, 2.30, 5.30. 

MAILS DEPART TO 

Boston: 7.00, lo.io, 1.20, 5.10, 6.30. 
Rockport: 6.45, ii.oo, 2.30, 5.10. 
Sundays: 4.30. 



POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.45 to 8.00. 
Sundays: 9.00 to 10.00 a. m. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 6.54 
8.12, 9.06, 10.07, II-33' 124, *2.oo, 2.59 
4.07, 5.08, 5.48 6.15, 7.12, 8.00, 10.14, 
12.08. 

Sundays: 8.59, 10.49, 1-24, 2.59, 5.14 
6.46, 8. 04, 10.29. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.31, 7.34, 
8.07,8.46,9.42, 10.42, 11.40, 12.49,1.41, 
3.04, *3.25, 4.26, 5.26, 6.27, 9.13, 10.16. 
Sundays: 7.38, 8.40, 10.27, ^-S?- 2.34, 
4.55, 6.49, 8.25, 9.55. 

DISTANCES: Manchester, 2K miles; W. 
Manchester, i; Pride's '^; Salem, 6; 
Wenham, 4; Boston, 23; Beverly, 4; 
Gloucester, 10. 



Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. S. Reed. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., "Rose 

Ledge." 
w. r. Boston, 113 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 53 State st. ; Banker (Tucker, 

Anthony & Co.). 
Children: Andrew W., 20 yrs.;Ruth, 
16 yrs.; Reed P., 11 yrs. 

Anthony, Andrew Weeks. 

Beverly Farms, "Rose Ledge." 

w. r. Cambridge, Harvard Univ. ; 

Student. 

Bement, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard. 

Beverly Farms, Wenham Road, Luke 

Cottage, "The Meadows." 
w. r. Beverly Farms, 
b. a. Boston, .53 State st.; Lawyer. 

Bemis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. 

Beverly Farms, West st., formerly 

Whitman Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 270 Clarendon st. 
b. a. 15 State st. ; Estabrook & Co., 

bankers. 



Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. 

Beverly Farms, Jumbo Cottage, 
w. r. Chicago, 111. 

Blair, Miss Lucy. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Blair. 

Boardman, Mrs. Edwin A. 

Beverly Farms, West st.,Lee Cottage, 
b. a. Boston, 829 Boylston st. 

Boardman, Gerald B. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w. r. Boston, 829 Boylston st. 

b. a. 35 Congress st. ; Salesman. 

Boardman, Richard D. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w. r. Boston, 829 Boylston st. 

b a. 30 Kilby st. ; Real estate broker. 

Bradstreet, Mrs. Charlotte A. 

Beverly Farrns, Vaughan Cottage, 
w.r. Boston. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Burel, Mme. Pupin. 

Ht'\ frly l'';iriiis, Hardy Tottage. 
w.r. Boston, 1 108 Boylston st. 
Professeur de Francais. 

Burnett, Mr. Joseph. 

Beverly Farms, West St., Boardman 
Cottage. 

"w.r. Cambridge, "Elmwood," Elm- 
wood ave. 

b.a. Boston, 36 India st. 

Cabot, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., Vaughn 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 297 Marlboro st. 
b. a. Ill Devonshire st. ; broker (Moors 

& Cabot). 
Children: Nancy, 14 yrs.; Elloit, U yrs 

and Sally, 3 yrs. 

Cabot, Mrs. William Robinson. 

and two daughters 

Beverly Farms, Beach st., "Eliot Cot- 
tage." 
w. r. Brookline, Clyde st. 

Chapin, Horace D. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 

w. r. Brookline, 84 Upland Road. 

b. a. Boston, 50 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Colby, Miss May Colgate. 

With Mr. Wm. Colgate Colby. 

Colby, Miss Jessie. 

With Mr. Wm. Colgate Colby. 

Colby, Wm. Colgate. 

Beverly Farms, Cabot Lane, 
b. a. New York, 22 Madison square, 
south. 

Cooley, Susan D. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 
w.r. Washington, D. C, 1725 H. st. 

Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Allan. 

Beverly Farms, Oak st. 

w. r. Boston, 191 Beacon st. 

b. a. 53 State St.; Curtis & Sanger 

Curtis, John Silsbee, 

Beverly Farms, Storrow Hill. 

w. r. Boston, 2 Spruce st. 

b. a. 53 State st.; Real estate (Dexter 

& Curtis). 



Curtis, Mrs. Hall. 

B(-'\crly Farms, Hale st. 
w . r. Huston, 2 vS])rucc st. 

Gushing, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 
w. r. Boston, iio Marlboro st. 
b. a. 54 Devonshire st.; Cushing & 
Bishop 

Gushing, Mrs. John G. 

Beverly Farms, F. Dexter small cot- 
tage. 
w. r. Boston. 

Dalton, Miss Alice. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 

Dalton, Mrs. Chas. H. 

Beverly Farms, Hale St., West Beach 

Hill.' 
w. r. Boston, 33 Commonwealth ave. 

Dalton, Ellen B. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 

Dalton, Elizabeth L. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 

Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. 

Beverlv Farms, The Pines, West Beach 
Hill.' 

b. a. Boston, 53 State st. & 1007 Ex- 
change building; Insurance broker. 

Dalton, Henry R., Jr. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 

w.r. Boston, 42 Beacon st. 

Dalton, Philip S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Dalton. 

w.r. Milton. 

Dana, Dr. Harold W. 

Beverl}^ F'arms, West st., Knowlton 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 12 Brimmer st. 
b. a. 12 Brimmer st.; Physician. 

Dana, Samuel B. 

Beverly Farms, Knowlton Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 12 Brimmer st. 
b. a. 31 State st. 

Denegre, Walter D. 

Beverly Farms, the Arthur Meeker Cot- 
tage, ' 'Brookside. " 

w. r. New Orleans, La,, and West Man- 
chester, Mass. 



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Devens, Arthur Lithgow. 

BcNerly Farms, Vally st. 
w.r. Boston, Hotel Lenox, 
b.a. 4 P. O. square, (Devens, Lyman 
& Co.), Brokers and Bankers. 

Dexter, Geo. T. 

Beverly Farms, Grove st., Foster 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 18 Exeter st. 
b. a. 53 State st.; Dexter & Curtis. 

Dexter, Miss E. 

Beverly Farms, Grove st. 
w. r. Boston, 18 Exeter st. 

Dexter, Mrs. Frederick. 

Beverly Farms, Valley st. 

w. r. Boston, 406 Marlboro st. 

Dexter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip. 

Beverly Farms, Storrow Cottage No. 1. 
w. r. Boston, 20 Massachusetts ave. 
b. a. 40 State St.; Lawyer. 

Dexter, Miss Rose L. 

Beverly Farms, Grove st. 
w. r. Boston, 18 Exeter st. 

Dexter, W. S. 

Beverly Farms, Foster Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, i8 Exeter st. 
b. a. 40 State st, ; Lawyer. 

Endicott, F. Munroe. 

With Mrs. Franklin Haven (brother), 
w.r. Cairo, Egypt. 

Endicott, Mary C. 

With Mrs. Franklin Haven (sister). 

Fenno, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. 

Beverly Farms, Storrow- Hill, 
w. r. Boston, 238 Beacon st. 
b. a. 60 Devonshire st. 

Frazer, Frank P. 

Beverly Farms, Hart st., John R. Cas- 
well estate, "Round Plain Farm," 
w.r. Chicago. 

Goddard, Geo. A. 

Beverly Farms, Everett st., Sewell 

estate, 
w. r. Boston, i Mt. Vernon place, 
b. a. 10 Tremont st.; Lawyer. 



Gray, B. C. 

Beverly Farms, "Apple Orchard 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 125 Commonwealth ave. 
Daughter of Mrs. Maria L. Gray. 

Haven, Mrs. Franklin. 

Beverly Farms, West Beach. 
w. r. Boston, 35 Beacon st. 

Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

\v. r. Boston, 312 Beacon st. 

Corr. clerk Merchants National Bank. 

Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., "Red Top 

House." 
w. r. Boston, i Spruce st. 
b. a. 60 State st.; Bangs & Horton. 

Holmes, Judge and Mrs. Oliver W. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 

b. a. Washington, D. C, 1720 I st. 

N. W. ; Asso. Justice Supreme Court 

U. S. 

Holmes, Thomas W. 

Beverly Farms, G. A. Goddard Cottage 

Jackson, Dr. and Mrs. James M. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 230 Beacon st. 

Physician. 

Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. John S. 

Beverly, Hospital Point, Bay View 
ave. 

b. a. Boston, 89 Franklin st. ; Law- 
rence & Co. 

Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., "Villa al 

mare." 
w. r. Brookline, 617 Boylston st. 
b. a. 617 Boylston st. ; Artist. 

Littleton, Mrs. William E. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., Cushing 

Cottage, 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., 1929 Spruce st. 

Littleton, Miss Alice. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., (with Mrs. 

Wm. E. Littleton), 
w. r. Philadelphia, 1929 Spruce st. 




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The safety and convenience of paying household bills by 
checks instead of keeping large amounts of currency in the 
house is worthy of serious consideration. 

Interest is paid on deposits subject to check and depositors 
are invited to avail themselves of the facilities of our banking 
rooms. 

Eugene J. FabENS, President 
N.\THAXIEI< A. Very, Cashier 
John G. W.\TERS, Ass't Cashier 



BEVERLY FARMS 



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Luke, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F, 

Beverly Farms, Luke Collage. 

w. r. Massachusetts, 

b. a. New York, 11") Broadway. 

Broker 

Luke, Mr. and Mrs. Otis H. 

Beverly Farms, "The House on the 

Rocks." 
w. r. Brookline, 55 Garrison Road. 

Lyman, Hon. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 351 Commonwealth ave. 

Collector (Custom House). 

McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 

Beverly Farms, Hale St., "Selwood."' 

w. r. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Child: H. Sellers,' iM., 17 yrs. 

Mead, Dr. L. G. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 
w.r. Boston, 259 Beacon st. 

Means, Gordon. 

Be\erly Farms, Little Cottage, 
w.r. Boston. 

Morrison, Mrs. Frank. 

Beverly Farms, Juniper Hill. 

w.j^r. 5 Boston, 150 Commonwealth ave. 

Morrison, Evelyn G. 

Beverly Farms, Rose Ledge. 

w. r. Boston, 113 Commonwealth ave. 

Morse, Miss Frances R. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., (with Mrs. 

Samuel T. Morse), 
w. r. Boston, 12 Marlboro st. 

Morse, Miss J. Gwendolen. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., (with Mrs. 

Samuel T. Morse.) 
w. r. Boston, 112 Marlboro. 

Morse, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Lee. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., (with Mrs. 

Samuel T, Morse.) 
w. r. Boston, 112 Marlboro st. 

Morse, Mrs. Samuel T. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 

w. r. Boston, 112 Marlboro st. 

Moulton, John B. 

Beverly Farms, Valley st., Ober Cot- 
tage, 
b. a. Boston, 53 Congress st. 



Perkins, Miss Elizabeth W. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w. r. Boston, 260 Clarendon st. 

Arti.st. 

Perkins, Miss Sarah S. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w. r. Brookline, Longwood, 18 Autumn 

St. 

Pierce, Mrs. Thomas W. 

Beverly Farms, Larson Cottage, Hart 

St. 

Pierpont, Mrs. John. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w. r. Boston, 07 Mt. Vernon st. 

Porter, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. 

Beverly Farms, "Hubbard large Cot- 
tage." 

w. r. Boston, 254 Beacon st. 

Physician. 

Children: Lsabel DeC, 5^4 yrs.; Peggie 
4 yrs.; Charles B., 2 yrs. 

Porter, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., "Ober Cot- 
tage." 
w. r. Boston, 5 Arlington st. 
Physician. 

Porter, The Misses. 

Beverly Farms, Hale St., "Ober Cot- 
tage!" 
w. r. Boston, 5 Arlington st. 

Pride, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st. 
w. r. Somerville, q Browning Road, 
b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; Public ac- 
countant. 

Prince, Mrs. Gordon. 

Beverly Farms, Grove st. 
w. r. Boston, 2go Beacon st. 

Rantoul, Augustus N. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 
^ b. a. Boston, 50 Congress st. ; An- 
drews, Jacques & Rantoul, Archi- 
tects. 

Rantoul, Beverley 

Beverly Farms, West st. 
w. r. Salem, 17 Winter st. 
b. a. Boston, 731 State Mutual build- 
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Rantoul, Miss Edith. 

With Hon. Rol)crt S. Rantoul. 
(daughter. ) 

Rantoul, Edw. L. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 

w.r. Cambridge, 33 Elmwood ave. 

b.a. Boston, 50 State St.; Asst. treas. 

Rantoul, Miss Harriet. 

With Hon. Robert S. Rantoul. 
(daughter.) 

Rantoul, Hon. Robert S. 

Beverly Farms, West st. 
w. r. Salem, 17 Winter st. 

Rantoul, Miss Margaret. 

With Hon. Robert S. Rantoul. 
(daughter.) 

Rantoul, Mr. and Mrs. Neal. 

Beverly Farms, We.st Beach. 
w. s. Boston, 30 Fairfield st. 
b. a. 50 Congress st. ; F. S. Moseley 
& Co., brokers. 

Ross, Mrs. Waldo O. 

Beverly Farms, West Beach, 
b. a. Boston, 228 Beacon st 

Sage, Mrs. Russell. 

Beverly Farms, The Simpkins "Rustic 

Cottage." 
w.r. New York, 632 5th ave. 

Saltonstall, John. 

Beverly Farms, Lee Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 

Seabury, Frank. 

Beverly Farms, Hale st., cor. Hart st. 
w. r. Beverly Farms, 
b. a. Boston, 60 State st.; Frank Sea- 
bury & Bros., stock brokers. 

Sears, Miss Eleanoro R. 

Beverly Farms, Storrow Hill. 
\v. r. Boston, 122 Beacon st. 

Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R., Jr^ 

Beverly Farms, Storrow Hill. 



Semple, Miss Isabel W. 

w. r. Boston, 122 Beacon st. 
Beverlj- Farms, Hale st,, (with Mrs. 

Wm. E. Littleton). 
w. r. Philadelphia, Aldine Hotel. 

Shaw, Mrs. Louis A. 

Beverly Farms, Storrow Hill. 
w. r. Broolcline, Chestnut Hill. 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy A., 2d. 

Beverly Farms, B. J. Allan Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, Chestnut Hill, 

b. a. Boston, 12 Ashburton place. 

Stevenson, Col. and Mrs. R. H. 

Beverlv Farms, The Cottage, West st. 
w. r. Boston, 357 Beacon st. 
b. a. 28 State st. 

Tweed, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. 

Beverly Farms, West Beach Hill. 
w. r. New York City, 12 E. 36th st. 

Tweed, Harrison. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tweed. 

Tweed, Miss Helen. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Tweed. 

Tweed, Katharine W. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Tweed. 

Von Hatzfeldt, Count Herman. 

Beverly Farms, The Arthur Little 
Cottage, 

w.r. Washington, D. C, 1733 P. st., 
NW. 

Councellor and first secretary. Ger- 
man embassy. 

Weston, Mrs. Henry C. 

Beverly Farms, "The Uplands." 
w. r. Boston, 177 Beacon st. 

Winslow, A. E. 

Beverly Farms, Ober Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 

Winslow, George Scott. 

Beverly Farms, Ober Cottage, Hale 

and Beach sts. 
w.r. Boston, 47 Chestnut st. 
b.a. 79 Chauncy st. 



MANCHESTER AND WEST 
MANCHESTER. 



Manchester is a town of a 2500 i)0[)iilation, has a post office 
and a railroad station on Gloucester branch of the Boston & 
Maine railroad. No electi-ics. Localities: Crescent Beach, North 
Yaniiouth, and West Manchester, which has a railroad station. 



MANCHESTER. 

HOTELS Brownland Cottages, Masco- 

nomo, Manchester House. 
CHURCHES: Baptist, Congregational, 

Emmanuel Episcopal, Sacred Heart 

(Catholic), First Unitarian. 
POSTMASTER: S. L. Wheaton. 
SELECTMEN: Edward S. Knight, Walter 

R. Bell, George L. Allen. 
CHIEF OF POLICE: S. S. Peabody. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE: Depot and Chee- 

ver's drug store. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: Salem local, Bos- 
ton local, American. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & 

M. R. R., Manchester House, Masconomo 
House, Brown Cottage, Greeley Cottage, 
P. H. Boyle, Benj. L. Allen, Manchester 
Yacht Club. 

MAILS ARRIVE FROM BOSTON: 7.02, 9 15, 

11.45, ,S-i5i 6.00. Sundays: 9.30 A. M. 

Gloucester and Rockport : 7.55, 10.30, 1.40, 
5.26. 

Magnolia : 7.02, 1.40 
MAILS DEPART FOR BOSTON: 7.00, 10.05, 

1.05, 4.51, 5.45. Sundays: 9.50 A. .M. 

Gloucester and Rockport: 1 1. 10, 2.40, 5.25, 

8.00 p. M. 

Magnolia: 2.40, 8.00 p. m. 



TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7.02,8.21, 
913, 10.14, 11-42, 1.32, *2.o8, 3.08, 4.14, 
517- 557. 6.22, 7.20, 8.07, 10.21, 12.14. 
Sundays: 9.07, 10.57, 1.32, 3.07, 5.22, 
6.54, 8.12, 10.37. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.24, 7.27, 

8.00, 8.39, 9.35, 10.34, 11.33, 12.43, 1-35, 

2-57. 3 16, 4.19, 5.19, 6.20, 9.06, 10.09. 

Sundays: 7.31, 8.33, 10.20, 1.30, 2.27, 

4.48, 6.42, 8.18, 9.48. 

DISTANCES: Salem, 7 miles, Boston, 25; 
Magnolia, 3; Gloucester, 6; Wenham, 6; 
Beverly, 6. 



WEST MANCHESTER. 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Airive 6.58, 8.16, 



!8, * 



2.04, 3.02, 4.10, 



.04, 10.18, 12. II. 
1.28, 3.03, 5.1J 



9.09, 10.10, 11.37, 1-2^ 
5.12, 5.52, 6.19, 7.16, 

Sundays: 903, 10.53 

6.50, 8.08, TO. 33. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.27, 7.30, 
8.03, 8.42, 9.39, 10.38, 11.36, 12.46, 1.38. 

3.00, *3.20, 4.22, 5.22, 6.23, 9.09, 10 12. 

Sundays: 7.34, 8.36, 10.23, ^-33' 2 30, 

4.51, 6.45, 8.21, 9.51. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & 

M. R. R. depot. 
* Saturday only. 



Abbot, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 

w. r. Cambridge, 294 Harvard st. 

Cigars. 

Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st., "Grass 

Head." 
w. r. Boston, 240 Beacon st. 
b. a. 1 Court st. ; Pres. Old Colony 

Trust Co. 



Abbot, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 
w. r. Salem, 38 Chestnut st. 



Aldrich, Mrs. Chas. Frost. 

Manchester, University Lane, 

ning Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 441 Beacon st. 



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MANCHESTER AND WEST MANCHESTER 



Allard, Prof. Louis, 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages. 
\v. r. Harvard University (Home, Paris). 

Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Manchester, Bridge st. 
w. r. Salem, 298 Essex st. 
b. a. Asiatic National Bank; Pres. 
Asiatic National Bank. 

Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. James H. 

Manchester, Coolidge 's Point, "Lily 

Pond Cottage." 
w. r. New York City. 

Anderson, Miss C. F. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point, "Lily 

Pond Cottage." 
w. r. New York City. 

Anthony, Miss A. R. 

Manchester, Highland Cottage, Sea st. 
w.r. Boston, 9 Massachusetts ave. 

Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund K. 

Manchester, Sea st., "Tappan Cot- 
tage." 

w. r. Boston, 12 Gloucester st. 

b. a. 104 Devonshire bldg. ; Peabody & 
Arnold, lawyers. 

Children: Lois, o'j yrs.; Marie B. 
3', yrs. 

Aspinwall, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point, 
w. r, Boston, Chestnut Hill, 
b. a. 50 Congress st. ; Aspinwall & Cod- 
man, real estate & mortgage brokers. 
Children: George, Lucy and Augusta. 

Bartlett, Mathew. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 272 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 53 State st. ; Bartlett Bros. & Co., 
stock brokers. 

Bartlett, Mrs. Matthew. 

Manchester, cor. Masconomo & Sea sts. 
w. r. Boston, 227 Commonwealth ave. 

Bartlett, The Misses. 

Manchester, Masconomo & Sea sts. 
w. r. Boston, 227 Commonwealth ave. 

Bartlett, Nelson S. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 272 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 126 State st. ; N. S. Bartlett & Co., 
iron. 



Bartlett, Nelson S., Jr. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 

w. r. Boston, 272 Marlboro st. 

b.a. .53 State st. ; Bartlett Bros., & Co., 

stock brokers. 

Bemis, Mr. and Mrs. A. Farwell. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "Loring 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, Chestnut Hill, 
b. a. 89 State St.; Secy Bemis Bros. 

Bag Co. 

Bemis, J. M. 

Manchester. Smith's Point, "Loring 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, Chestnut Hill, 
b. a. 89 State st. ; Pres. Bemis Bros. 

Bag Co. 

Beveridge, Senator and Mrs. Albert J. 

Manchester, Rockwell Cottage, Smith's 

Point, 
w.r. Washington, D. C, i6th cor. of 

M, N.W. 
U. S. Senator from Indiana. 

Bigelow, Miss Elizabeth P. 

Manchester, Summer st., "Fox Hill 

Lodge." 
w. r. Boston, 16 Marlborough st. 

Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. Prescott. 

Manchester, Summer st., "Fox Hill 

Lodge. " 
w. r. Boston, 16 Marlborough st. 
b, a. 50 Congress st. ; Stock broker. 

Black, Edward G. 

Manchester, Sea st. 

w. r. Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 

b. a. N. Y., 44 Pine st.; Lawyer. 

Black, Geo. N. 

Manchester, Smith 's Point , ' ' Cragside. ' ' 
w. r. Boston, 57 Beacon st. 
b. a. 10 P. O. square. 

Blake, Mrs. S. Parkman. 

W. Manchester, Jersey Lane, 
w. r. Boston, 39 Brimmer st. 

Blake, Miss M. L. 

W. Manchester, Jersey Lane, (with Mrs. 

S. Parkman Blake). 
w. r. Boston, 39 Brimmer st. 



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Blake, R. P. 

W. Manchester, Jersey Lane, 
w. r. Boston, 39 Brimmer st. 
b. a. Watertown, 94 Salem st.; Power 
& Speed Controller Co. 

Boardman, Miss Elizabeth D. 

W Manchester, " Hill top. " 
\v. r. Boston, 461 Marlboro st. 

Boardman, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A., 2d. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 272 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 53 State st. ; Broker. 

Child: Isabel, 7 yrs. 

Boardman, Reginald. 

W. Manchester, "Chubbs." 
w. r. Boston, 145 Beacon st. 
b. a. 56 Ames bldg. ; Real estate. 

Boardman, T. Dennie. 

W. Manchester, "Chubbs." 
w. r. Boston, 145 Beacon st. 
b. a. 56 Ames building; Real estate. 

Boardman, Wm. J. 

Manchester, Essex Road, "Windcliffe." 
w. r. Washington, D.C., 1801 P.st. N.W. 

Booth, Sydney Barton. 

Manchester, Masconomo Cottage, 

Beach st. 
w.r. New York, 418 West 118th st. 

Borland, M. Woolsey. 

Manchester, 

w. r. Boston, 250 Beacon st. 

Bradbury, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, " Lillio" 

thea." 
\v. r. Boston, 285 Commonwealth ave. 

Bradford, Miss Annie. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages, 
b. a. Philadelphia, Pa., 1628 Walnut st 

Bremer, Mrs. Mary R. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 416 Beacon st. 
Widow of John L. 

Bremer, Miss S. F. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
Boston, 416 Beacon st. 



Bremer, Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker. 

Manchester, Gales Point, 
w. r. Boston, 33 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 4 Winthrop square ; Parker, Wil- 
der & Co., dry goods. 

Brooks, J. Arthur. 

Manchester, Dodge Cottage, Sea st., 

Old Xeck. 
w. r. Boston, lU Fairfield st. 
b. a. 50 Congress st. ; Coolidge & Brooks, 

Collars. 
Children: Elizabeth Ten Eych, 4 yrs.; 

Evelyn Reed, 2 yrs. 

Brown, Miss S. T. 

Manchester, Brownland Cottages, Sea 

St. 

Burlingame, Frederick. 

Manchester, Brownland Cottages, Sea 

St. 

Cabot, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. 

Manchester. 

w. r. Boston, 169 Marlboro st. 

Cabot, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey L. 

Manchester, 

w.r. Cambridge, 16 Highland st. 
b.a. 940 Old South Bldg. ; Carbon mfg. 
gas and oil. 

Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. 

Manchester. Hood Cottage, 
w. r. FUnt, Mich. 

Caner, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison K. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach, 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., 1707 Walnut st. 
b. a. 4th cor. Arch sts. Vice Pres. Ket- 
terlinus Lithographic Mfg. Co. 

Carnegie, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, 2d. 

Manchester, "Seawold." 
w. r. Fernandina, Fla. 

Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. 

W. Manchester, Jersey ave.. The Jun- 
gle, 
w. r. Boston, 403 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 96 Ames building; Trustee. 

Chase, Philip P. 

Manchester, Sea St., Wigglesworth 

Small Cottage, 
w. r. Milton. 



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Charteris, Hon. Hugo. 

Manchester. Stone Cottage, 
Honorary Attach^ to British Embassy, 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Childs, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. 

Manchester, University Lane, "Pine 

Top." 
w. r. Pittsburg, Pa., 718 Bidwell st. 
H. Childs & Co. 

Clark, Miss Amie H. 

West Manchester, Boardman Mansion, 
b. a. Philadelphia, Pa., S. W. cor. 42 & 

Locust St. 

Clark, Miss Caroline B. 

Manchester, University Lane. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 3 Parley Vale. 

Clark, Clarence H. 3d. 

West Manchester, Boardman Mansion, 
b. a, Philadelphia, Pa., S. W. cor. 42 & 
Locust sts. 

Clark, C. Howard, Jr. 

West Manchester, Boardman Mansion, 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., S. W. cor. 42d 

and Locust st. 

Clark, Mrs. John T. 

Manchester, University Lane. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 3 Parley Vale. 

Clark, Miss L. Freeman. 

Manchester, Coolidge Point, 
w. r. Boston, Mt. Vernon st. 

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. 

Manchester, Apple Blossom Lane, 
w. r. Boston, 161 Bay State Road. 

Clark, Miss Mildred. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Clark 

Clark, Miss Rosamond. 

With Mr. and Mrs, Theodore M Clark- 

Codman, Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. 

Manchester, Second Kimball Cottage- 

Smith's Point, 
w.r. Boston, 14 Glouscester st. 
b.a. 50 Congress st.; Real estate (As- 

pinwall & Codman.) 

Colby, Admiral and Mrs. H. G. 0. 

West Manchester, Sheldon Cottage, 
Harbor st. 



Coolidge, T. Jefferson, Jr. 

Manchester, (p. o. Magnolia)., Coolidge 

Point, 
w.r. Boston, 184 Beacon st. 
b.a. 1 Court st. ; Chairman Old Colony 

Trust Co. 

CooUdge, T. Jefferson. 

Manchester, CooHdge's Point, 
w. r. 315 Dartmouth st. 
b. a. Ames Building; Old Colony Trust 
Co. 

Cora, Signor. 

Manchester, J. Randolph Coolidge, Jr. 
Cottage, Smith's Point. 

w. r. Washington, 1400 N. H. ave., 
N. W. 

b. a. Second Secretary Italian Lega- 
tion. 

Getting, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st., Black 

Beach Cove, 
w. r. Boston, 404 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 11 PemlDerton square; Real estate 

Croll, Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. 

Manchester, Gales Point. 

w. r. Boston. 

b. a. Boston, 68 Essex st. ; Yarns. 

Curtis, Mrs. Greely S. 

Manchester, Suinmer st., "Sharks- 
mouth." 
w. r. Boston, 28 Mt. Vernon st. 

Curtis, Miss Isabella P. 

Manchester, Gloucester Road, "The 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 32 Mt. Vernon st. 

Curtis, The Misses. 

Manchester, "Crow Island," Kettle 

Cove, 
w.r. England. 

Dana, Austen. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach. 

w. r. Cainbridge, 113 Brattle st. 

Dana, Miss D. F. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach. 

w. r. Cainbridge, 113 Brattle st. 

Dana, E. T. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach, 
w. r. Cambridge, 113 Brattle st. 
Lawyer. 




The 

Merchants 

National Bank 

TOWN HOUSE SQUARE, SALEM, MASS. 
Capital, $200,000 Surplus, $230,000 

Offers to the residents of the North Shore the convenience 
and faciHties of a modern and well equipped bank. 



I SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT | 

<I.Foreign Exchange, combining Letters of Credit and Travelers' 

Checks, payable in all parts of the world. 

<XDoinestic Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks are also issued 

for use in this country. 

H. M. BATCHELDER, President 
JOSIAH H. GIFFORD, Cashier 
FRANK A. BROOKS. Asst. Cashier 



MANCHESTER AND WEST MANCHESTER 



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Dana, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H, 

Mancliester, Dana's Beach. 

w. r. Cambridge, 113 Brattle st. 

Lawyer. 

DesPlanches, Signer E. Mayor. 

Manchester, J. Randolph Coolidge Jr., 

Cottage, Smith Point, 
w. r. Washington, 1400 N. H. ave., 

N. W. 
Ambassador from Italy. 

Denegre, Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st., "Villa 

Crest." 
\v. r. New Orleans, La., 2343 Prytania 
St.; Lawyer. 

Dewart, Rev. and Mrs. William H. 

Manchester, Summer st., "Crow- 
haven." 

w. r. Milton, Brush Hill Road. 

Rector Christ's Church, Hyde Park, 

Children: Hartley, 8 yrs. ; Russell, 
6 yrs. ; Gordon, 5 yrs. ; Frances, 3 yrs. 

Edwards, The Misses. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st., Tibbitt's 

Cottage, "Hedge Row." 
w. r. Brookline. 

Eliot, Miss. 

Manchester, Sea st., "Wild Wood," 

(with Mr. and Mrs. Amory Eliot), 
w. r. Boston, 185 Beacon st. 

Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Amory. 

Manchester, Sea st., "Wild wood." 
w. r. Boston, 185 Beacon st. 
Children: Mary, Rosamond, Samuel. 

Eliot, Miss Rosamond. 

Manchester, Sea st., "Wild Wood," 
(with Mr. and Mrs. Amory Eliot), 
w. r. Boston, 185 Beacon st. 

Eliot, Samuel. 

Manchester, Sea st., "Wild Wood," 
(with Mr. and Mrs. Armory Eliot), 
w. r. Boston, 185 Beacon st. 

Everett, Mrs. E. B. 

Manchester, "The Old Fort." 
w. r. Boston, 32 Fenway. 

Everett, Edward. 

W. Manchester, "The Old Fort." 

w. r. Boston, 32 Fenway. 

b. a. 43 Tremont st., room 1211. 



Fabyan, Mrs. George. 

W. Mancliester, Bridge st., Prince 

estate, 
w. r. Brookline, Warren st. 
b. a. Boston, 100 Summer st.; Dry 

goods. 

Fabyan, Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 
w. r. Boston, 146 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 100 Summer st. ; Bliss, Fabyan & 
Co., dry goods dealers. 

F'ay, F. Blackwood. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, large 

Kimball Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 192 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 209 Washington st. 

Fessenden, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point. 
w. r. Newton, 85 Essex Road, 
b. a. Boston, 50 Congress st.; Broker. 

Fields, Mis. James T. 

Manchester, Masconomo st. 

w. r. Boston, 148 Charles st. ; Author. 

Fisher, Harry K. 

Manchester, Chase Cottage, Old Neck, 
w.r. Mississippi. 

Fitch, Conover. 

Manchester, Norton's Neck, "River 

House," (with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra C. 

Fitch), 
w. r. Boston, 265 Coinmonwealth ave. 
b. a. 373 Washington st. ; Robbins, 

Appleton & Co., selling agents 

Waltham Watch Co. 

Fitch, Ezra C, Jr. 

Manchester, Norton's Neck "River- 
house." 
w. r. Boston, 265 Comtnonwealth ave. 

Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra C. 

Manchester, Norton's Neck "River- 
house." 

w. r. Boston, 265 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 373 Washington st. ; Robbins 
Appleton & Co., also pres. Waltham 
Watch Co. 

Fitch, Miss Helen L. 

Manchester, Norton's Neck, "River- 
house," (with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra C. 
Fitch). 

w. r. Boston, 265 Commonwealth ave. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Fitz, Miss Edith. 

W. Manchester, Bridge St., "The 
Mountain," (with Dr. and Mrs. Reg- 
inald H. Fitz). 

\v. r. Boston. 18 Arlington st. 

Fitz, Edward C. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st., "The 
Mountain." (with Dr. and Mrs. Regi- 
nald H. Fitz). 

w. r. Boston, i8 Arlington st. 

b. a. i8 Tremont st. room 8i8. 

Fitz, Reginald. 

W. Manchester Bridge St., "The 
Mountain." (with Dr. and Mrs. 
Reginald H. Fitz). 

w. r. Boston, 18 Arlington st. 

Fitz, Dr. and Mrs. Reginald H. 

W. Manchester, Bridge St., "The 

Mountain." 
w. r. Boston, 18 Arlington st. 
Physician. 

Fitz, Mrs. W. Scott. 

Manchester, Masconomo st., "The 

Narrows." 
w. r. Boston, 75 Beacon st. 

Ford, Miss Helen W. 

With Mrs. John S. Ford. 

Ford, Mrs. John S. 

Manchester, University Lane. 

w.r. Youngstown, O., 509 Wick ave. 

Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. 

Manchester, "Crown Cliff," Coolidge's 

Point. Post Office, Magnolia 
w.r. N. Y. City, 172 W. 73rd st. 

Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point, "Thorn- 
cliff." 
w. r. Boston, 48 Fenway, 
b. a. 87 Milk st. ; Foster & Turner, 
lawyers. 

Fuller, Mrs. Agnes G. 

Manchester, Cove st., " Rabardy 

Cottage." 
w. r. Cambridge, 13 Berkeley st. 

Gannett, Dr. Wm. W 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages, 
w. r. Boston, 274 Marlboro st. 
Physician. 



Gannett, Robert. 

Manchester, Brownland Cottages, Sea 

St. 

w.r. (^ambridge. 

Gannett, Thomas B. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland 

Cottages, 
w. r. Cambridge, 3 Channing place. 
b. a. 30 Water st.; Supt. 

Gannett, Thomas B., Jr. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages. 

w. r. Cambridge, 3 Channing place. 

b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; Parkinson 
& Burr. ■ 

Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Manchester, Proctor Hill Cottage, 
w, r, Brooklyn, 497 3rd st. 
b. a. Nhw York, 141 Broadway; Real 
Estate. 

Oilman, Maynard B. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland 
Cottages. 

Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 

W. Manchester, "Chubs." 
w. r. Boston, 145 Beacon st. 
b. a. Huntington ave., cor. Gainsboro 
St. ; Dean of the Faculty, N. E. Con- 
servatory of Music. 

Greeley, Mrs. R. F. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Victoria. 

Grew, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. 

Manchester, Blossom Lane. 

w. r. Boston, 238 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 15 Congress st. ; Meredith & Grew, 

real estate. 

Grew, Miss E. J. 

W. Manchester, "All Oaks." 
w. r. Boston, 185 Marlboro st. 

Grew, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. 

W. Manchester, "All Oaks." 
w. r. Boston, 185 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 304 Sears building. 

Grew, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S., 2nd 

Manchester, Masconomo st., "The 

Sumacks." 
w. r. Boston, 89 Beacon st. 
b. a. 36 Hawley st. 



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Grew, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 
\v. r. Boston, 254 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 40 State st. ; Pros National Union 
Bank. 

Grew, Randolph C. 

W. Manchester, "All Oaks." 
w. r. Boston, 185 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 19 Exchange place; Codman, 
Grew & Co., stock brokers. 

Griggs, Mrs. S. C. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st.,; "C. S. 

Hanks house." 
w. r. Chicago, 111. ; mother of Mrs.Thos. 

G. Plant. 

Head, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach. At New- 
port, N. Y., until Sept. 

w. r. Boston, 412 Beacon st. 

b. a. 74 State st.; Chas. Head & Co., 
bankers and brokers. 

Hemenway, Mrs. Ellen L. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 242 Beacon st. 
Widow of Chas. P. 

Hemenway, The Misses. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 242 Beacon st. 
Daughters of Chas. P. 

Higginson, Miss Annie. 

Manchester Cove. Gloucester Road. 

Higginson Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lee. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point, "White 

Cottage." 
w. r. London. 
Representing Lee, Higginson & Co. 

Higginson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. 

W. Manchester, "Sunset Hill." 
w. r. Boston, 191 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 44 State st.; Lee, Higginson & 
Co. 

Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 

W. Manchester, "Dennis Cottage." 
\v. r. Brookline, 213 Gardner Road, 
b. a. Boston, 50 State st.; Asst. Mg'r 
Am. Trust Liabil.ty Ins. Co. 

Hoge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Courtney. 

Manchester, Winch Cottage, Smith's 

Point, 
w. r. Hartford, Conn. 



Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 

Manchester, Mascononio st., "The 

Narrows." 
w. r. Boston, 296 Beacon st. 
b. a. 53 State st. 

Hooper, Miss Helen, 

W. Manchester. 

w. r. Boston, 448 Beacon st. 

Hooper, Robert C. 

W. Manchester, 

w. r. Boston, 448 Beacon st. 

b. a. 87 Milk st. 

Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st. 

w. r. Boston, ."!;)() Dartmouth st. 

Hope, Mr. Harold Beresford. 

Manchester, Stone Cottage, Hemen- 
way estate. Smith's Point. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 
Attache to British Embassy. 

Hopkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. 
Manchester. 

Houghton, Clement S. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point. 
w.r. Chestnut Hill, 
b.a. Boston, 60 State st. 

Howard, Esme, C.V.O.C.M.G. 

Manchester, Stone Cottage, Hemenway 

estate. Smith's Point, 
w.r. Washington, D. C , 2208 Masschu- 

setts ave., W. N. 
Councillor of the British Embassy 

Howe, Mrs. Geo. D. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "Cliffs." 
w. r. Boston, 59 Commonwealth ave. 

Howe, Mrs. John C, 

West Manchester, Former Hopkins' 

Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 34 Gloucester st. 

Jarvis, Miss Grace. 

Manchester, Eaglehead. 
w.r. Wa.shington, D. C, 1114 Vermont 
ave. 

Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Eben D. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 
w. r. Boston, 46 Beacon st. 
b. a. 450 Washington st. ; Pres. Jordan 
Marsh Co. 




An Old New Ei\glaLi\d 
Homestead for Sale 

IF you would like to own a genuine old New England farm house, large and 
comfortable, situated so as to command a fine view of the surrounding country, 
with large barn and other buildings in a fair state of preservation, with 20 
acres of land, here is your opportunity Brick oven in the kitchen, cider barrels 

in the cellar, high clock standing in 
the corner, spinning wheels, warming 
pans, old firearms and so on in the attic — 
everything untouched and undisturbed, 
as the home has been in one family for 
generations. 

This property adjoins one of the finest 
estates on the shore and will not be sold 
cheap. But the price is not bad if it is 
what you want. 

Could be made an ideal summer home by 
some one in sympathy with old New Eng- 
land traditions and life, who would pre- 
serve it and supply trees, vines and piazzas. 
Apply A. W. D., 60 Washington vStreet, 
The Johnston estate (former Garland estate) Peabody, Mass, 

which adjoins this property Hamilton. 




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Jordon, Robert. 

W. Manchester, Black Beach Cove. 
\v. r. Boston, 46 Beacon st. 

King, Mrs. Edward. 

.Manchester, Edw. Robinson Cottage, 

School St. 
w.r. Xew York, University Place. 

Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius J. 

Manchester, Blossom st., Fellner Cot- 
tage, 
w. r. Worcester. 

Kroupensky, M. 

Manchester, Windemere Park. 
w. r. Washington, The Portland, 
b. a Charge d'affaires Russian Lega- 
tion. 

Ladd, Dr. and Mrs. Maynard. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
w.r. Boston, 295 Beacon st. 
b.a. 295 Beacon st. 

Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner M. 

Manchester, Dana's Beach, after Sept. 

15. 
w. r. Boston, 5^ Marlboro st. 
b. a. 44 State st.; Lee, Higginson & 

Co., brokers. 

Le Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. R. 

Manchester, "The Ledge," Smith's Pt. 
w.r. Brookline, 16 Manchester road, 
b.a. Cambridge; Cigar mfgr. 

Leiter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. 

Manchester, the Chas. Mead Cottage, 

"Undercliff," Dana's Beach. 
w.r. Wa.shington, D.'_C. 

Leiter, Mrs. Levi Z. 

Manchester, the Chas. Head Cottage, 

"Undercliff," Dana's Beach. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Lester. 

W. Manchester, Old Tree House. 

\v. r. Boston, 422 Beacon st. 

b. a. 10 1 Milk st.; Treas. & Manager. 

Lincoln, Roland C. 

Manchester, Summer st. 

w. r. Boston, 269 Beacon st. 

b. a. 346 Tremont building; Lawyer. 



Longfellow, Miss Alice. 

Mancliester, S:im])S()n Cottage, Sum- 
mer St. 
w.r. Cambridge, 105 Brattle st. 

Longfellow, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point. 
w. r. New York. 

Lothrop, T. K., Jr. 

W. Manchester, Hill House. 

w. r. Boston, 27 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 38 Equitable building; Lawyer. 

Lupton, Frank M. 

Manchester, Winch Cottage, Smith's 

Point. 
w.r. Brooklynn, 8.39 St. Mark's ave. 
b. a. New York, 25 City Hall PI. 

Mactaggart, Mr. and Mrs. John B. M. 

Manchester, Masconomo st., "Blossom 

Lane." 
w. r. Boston, 276 Newbury st. 

Mason, Austin B. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "The 

Ledges." 
w'. r. Boston, 374 Commonwealth a\'e. 

Mason, Harold F. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "The 

Ledges." 
w. r. Boston, 374 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 15 State st. ; Clerk. 

Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, ''The 

Ledges." 
w. r. Boston, 295 Beacon st. 
b. a. 161 Devonshire St.; Salesman 

S. D. Warren & Co., paper. 

Mason, Miss Miriam. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, ''The 

Ledges." 
w\ r. Boston, .374 Commonw^ealth ave. 

Mason, Mr. Mortimer B. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "The 

Ledges." 
w. r. Boston, 374 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 161 Devonshire St.; S. D. Warren 

& Co., paper mfrs. 

Mason, M. Phillips. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "The 

Ledges." 
w. r. Boston, 347 Commonwealth ave. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



McGinley, Mr. and Mrs. John A. 

Manchester, Mink CnUage, Cobb avc. 
w.r. Pittslmr.i^li. 

McGinley, The Misses. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John A. McGinley 

Mclnnes, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. 

Manchester, Masconomo st. and 

Blossom Lane, 
w. r. Brookline, Borland cor. Chatham, 
b. a. Boston, 60 State st. ; Lawyer. 
Child: Dorothy, 

McMillan, Miss Amy. 

Manchester, Eaglehead . 
w. r. Washington, D. C, 1114 Vermont 
ave. 

McMillan, Mrs. James. 

Manchester. Eaglehead. 
w. r. Washington, D. C, 1114 Vermont 
ave. 

Means, Mr. and Mrs. James. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Manchester. 

Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "Rock- 
hurst." 

w. r. Boston, 211 Beacon st. 

b. a. 26 Central st. ; Treas. 

Children: Jack Lee, 12 yrs.; Rosa- 
mond, 6 yrs. 

Mink, Oliver W. 

Manchester. 

w.r Boston, Hotel Somerset. 

b.a. 96 Ames Bldg. 

Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. 

Manchester, Magnolia ave., "Glen- 
dyne." 
w. r. Manchester. 
Child: John, 12 yrs. 

Monks, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 

Manchester, Gloucester Road, 
w. r. Boston, ,344 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 35 Congress st. ; Treas. Woburn 
Gas Light Co. 



Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. 

Manchester, Blossom Lane, Cobb Cot- 
tage. 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., .W5G Westminster 
place. 

Asst. chief clerk to pres. Frisco R. R. 

Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 

Av. r. Boston, 479 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 62 Chardon st. 

Child: Dorothy, 15 yrs. 

Morgan, Lawrence W. 

Manchester, Gale's Point, "Seabrink." 
w. r. Boston, 479 Commonwealth ave 
Student. 

Munn, Charles A. 

With Mrs. C. A. Muhn. 
Har\'ard Student. 

Munn, Gurnee. 

With Mrs. C. A. Munn. 
Harvard Student. 

Munn, Mrs. C. A, 

Manchester, Old Neck, Dodge Cottage- 

w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Children: Carrie L., Ector O., Gladys M. 

Noyes, George E. 

W. Manchester, 

w. r. Boston, Copley Square Hotel. 

Shoe mfr. 

Oakley, Mrs. E. B. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Brooks. 

Pardo, Felipe. 

Manchester, University Lane The 

Francis A. Lane Cottage. 
w. r. Washington, D. C, 1601 22nd 

St. N. W. 

Paine, Mrs. Wm. C. 

Manchester, Coolidge Point, 
w. r. Boston, 46 Mt. Vernon st. 

Paine, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Treat, 2d. 

Manchester, Coolidge Point, 
w. r. Brookline, Heath st. 
b. a. Boston, 1 Beacon st. ; Lawyer, 
Children: Walter, Richard, Elizabeth, 
Ruth. 

Payson, Miss G. M. 

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Peirce, Mrs George. 

Manchester, Sea St., "Grey Lodge." 
w. r. Brookline, 713 Washington st. 

Pfaelzer, Franklin T. 

Manchester, Sea St., Brownland Cot- 
tages. 

w. r. Boston, 202 Beacon st. 

b. a. 16 State st. ; Pfaelzer & Co., 
bankers. 

Chikl : Frankhn T. Jr., 9 yrs. 

Pfaelzer, Oswald D. 

With Franklin T. (Brother.) 

Pickering, Mrs. Henry. 

Manchester, vSea st. 

w. r. Boston, 81 Beacon st. 

Pitman, Chas. B. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 57 Beacon st. 

Plant, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. 

W. Manchester, Bridge st., "Hank's 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset, 
b. a. Bickford cor. Centre, st. ; Shoe mfr. 

Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S., Jr. 

Manchester, Cobb ave., Smith's Point. 

w. r. Boston, 189 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 45 Kilby st. ; Gavet & Porter, 

stock brokers. 

Child: Sara W., 1 yr. 10 mos. 

Proctor, Mrs. Joseph. 

Manchester, Sea st. 
w.r. Boston. 

Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 191 Commonwealth ave 
b. a. 60 State st. ; Putnam & Putnam 
lawyers. 

Putnam, Miss. 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 

w. r. Boston, 191 Commonwealth ave. 

Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. William Lowell. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 49 Beacon st. 
Children: George, Jr., Katharine L., 
Roger L., Augustus L. 

Read, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. 

Manchester, Read's Island. 



Rogers, Mrs. L. W. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, Proctor st. 

w. r. Boston. 

Widow. 

Russell, Col. and Mrs. Henry E. 

Manchester, Gloucester Road, " Under- 

ledge." 
w. r. Manchester, 
b. a. Boston, 108 Water st. ; O'Brion 

& Russell, insurance. 

Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. 

W. Manchester, S. V. R. Crosby Cot- 
tage. 

w. r. Boston, 491 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 50 State st.; William A. Russell 
&- Bro, 

Russell, Mrs. Wm. A. 

W. Manchester, Spaulding Cottage 

w. r. Boston. 

Sampson, Mrs. Robert de Wolfe. 

Manchester, Gloucester road 

w.r. Cambridge. 

Abroad July 15-Sept. 15. 

Sanger, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. 

Manchester, Sea st., Brownland Cot- 
tages. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Ludlow, 
w. r. 53 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Sargent, Mrs. L. M. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point. 
w. r. Boston, 456 Beacon st. 

Saunders, The Misses. 

Manchester, Sea st. 
w. r. Brookline. 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Manchester, Bridge st. 

w. r. Brookline, 60 Powell st. 

b. a. Boston, 8 Congress st. ; Promoter. 

Smith, Mrs Robert D. 

W. Manchester, Highland ave. 
w. r. Boston, 48 Mt. Vernon st. 

Sohier, The Misses. 

Manchester, Sea St., Brownland Cot- 
tages, 
w. r. Boston, 922 Beacon st. 

Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 527 Beacon st. 





The Russian Kmbassv (the k^ft-haml liouse) Manchester 

These houses have been occuijied for the past twelve years by various foreign legations, incluilin 

Briti^li, Krenrli, Ftalian, Austi'ian, au'l Hii^sian Ernliassies. 



George E. Willmonton 

real estate 
insurance broker 




NORTH SHORE PROPERTY A SPECIALTY 



BOSTON OFFICE 

501-505 Old South Building 

Tel. 1286 Fort Hill 



MANCHESTER OFFICE 
School and Union Sts. 
Tel. 2ig Manchester 



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Stanwood, Miss. 

Mancliestcr, Smith's Point. 
\v. r. Boston, 527 Beacon st. 

Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. 

Mancliester, Gales Point. 

w. r. Washintrton, D. C, 1(32S Kjth st. 

N. W. and Attica, N. Y. 
b. a.UOlGst., N.W.;Pres. Commercial 

National Bank. 

Stevens, Frederick C, Jr. 

Manchester, Gales Point. 
w. r. Attica, N. Y. 

Stevens, Robert S. 

Manchester, Gales, Point. 

w. r. Attica, NY. & Washington, D. C. 

Stevens, Miss Marian. 

Manchester, Gales Point. 
w. r. Attica, N. Y. & M^ashington, D. C, 
1628 16th St. N. W. 

Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. Philip. 

Manchester, Gloucester Road, "Samp- 
son Cottage." At Westport, N. Y., 
until Aug. I. 

w. r. X. Y. City; Pres. City Trust Co. 

Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, 

Manchester, Smith's Point. 
\v. r. Boston, 365 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 50 State st.; Lawyer (Stone & 
Stone). 

Storer, Miss Edith. 

With .Mr, and Mrs. John H. Storer. 

Storer, Miss Emily. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John H. Storer. 

Storer, Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, Loring 

Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, 286 Beacon st.; Waltham, 

Spring & Autumn, 
b. a. 85 State st. 
Children: Robert Treat Paine, 15 yrs.; 

Theodore L., 12 yrs.; Lydia, 9 yrs. 

Storer, John H., Jr. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John H. Storer. 

Streeter, Dr. Edw. C. 

Manchester, Nichols Cottage, Uni- 
versity Lane. 
w.r. Boston, 435 Beacon st. 
Physician. 



Sturgis, Chas. R. 

Manchester, Gloucester Road, "Rook- 
wood . ' ' 
w. r. Boston, 63 Beacon st. 
b. a. 27 Kilby st.; Lawyer. 

Sturgis, Mrs. John H. 
With Chas. R. Sturgis. 

Stursfis, The Misses. 

With Chas R. Sturgis. 

Sutherland, Miss Ann. 

With Mr. A. F. Sutherland. 

Sutherland, Mr. A. F. 

Manchester, Coolidge Point, Crown 

Cliff. 
w. r. New York, 145 W. 58th st. 

Taintor, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, 
w. r. Boston, 242 Beacon st. 
b. a. 8 Congress st. ; Salesman. 

Taylor, Charles B. 

Manchester, Smith 's Point. 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Empire. 

Tenney, Dr. and Mrs. Benj. 

Manchester, University Lane, cor. 

Summer st. 
w. r. Boston, .308 Marlboro st. 
Physician. 

Thayer, Miss A. G. 

W. Manchester, Highland ave., "Up- 
lands." 
w. r. Boston. 181 Commonwealth ave. 

Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. 

Manchester Cove, Gloucester road, 

(P. O. Magnolia.) 
w. r. Cambridge, 8 Berkeley st. 
Child: Margaret W. 12 yrs. 

Thayer, Mrs. S, V. R. 

Manchester, Gardiner M. Lane Cottage, 

Dana's Beach. 
w.r. Lancaster and Boston. 

Thol, J. de. 

Manchester, Essex County Club. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Russian Embas.sy. 

Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. John Babson. 

West Manchester, Reece Cottage. 

w.r Lexington. 

b.a. Boston, 45 Milk st.; real estate. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Thorndike, Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

W. Manchester, Bridj^e st. 

w. r. Boston, 181 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 735 Exchange buildmg; Storey, 

Thorndike, Palmer & Thayer, 

lawyers. 

Tower, Herbert W. 

Manchester, Cobb aye. 

w. r. Boston, 294 Commonwealth ave. 

Piano nifr. 

Tower, Mrs. Sylvester. 

Manchester, Cobb ave. 

w. r. Boston, 294 Commonwealth ave. 

Tower, The Misses. 

Manchester, Cobb ave. 

w. r. Boston, 294 Commonwealth ave. 

Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph F. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Tucker, 
w.r. Chestnut Hill. 

b.a. Boston, 35 Congress st.; Warner, 
Tucker & Co. 

Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. William A. 

W. Manchester, Morton's Neck, "The 

Moorings." 
w. r. Boston, 47 Bay State Road. 
b. a. 53 State St.; Tucker, Anthony & 

Co., bankers and brokers. 

TurnbuU, Miss Eleanor L. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Turn- 
bull. 

Turnbull, Miss Grace H. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Turn- 
bull, 

Turnbull, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. 

Manchester, Brownland Cottages, Sea 

St. 

w. r. Baltimore, Md., 1530 Park ave. 

Tyson, George. 

Manchester, Highland Cottage, Sea st. 
w.r. Boston, 314 Dartmouth st. 
b.a. 40 State st.; Bradley & Tyson, 
real estate. 

Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell. 

Manchester, Sea st. 
w. r. Chicago, 111., 205 Goethe st. 
b. a. 247 Monadnock building; Aid is 
& Co. 



Walker, Chas. C. 

W. Manchester, Jersey Lane, "High- 

wood, 
w. r. Boston, 7 Arlington st. 
b. a. 53 State st. ; Lawyer, 

Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. 

W. Manchester, Jersey ave., "High- 
wood." 
w. r. Chicago, 561 The Rookery. 
b. a. 2027 Prairie ave. ; Real estate. 

Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. 

Manchester, Sea st. 

w. r. Brookline, 67 Colchester st. 

Salesman. 

Ward, Prof, and Mrs. Robt. DeCourcy 

Manchester, University Lane, "Over- 
ledge." 
w. r. Cambridge, 11 Fayerweather st. 
Prof. Harvard University. 

Washburn, Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Manchester, Masconomo st. 
w. r. Boston, 377 Marlboro st. 
Physician. 

Webber, Dr. George A. 

Manchester. Smith's Point, "The 

Ledges." 
w. r. Boston, 543 Boylston st. 
Physician. 

Whipple, Mrs. EHzabeth A. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 
w. r. Boston, 445 Marlboro st. 

Whipple, Geo. N. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 

w. r. Boston, 445 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 49 Federal st. : Advertising agent. 

White, Mrs. Charles T. 

Manchester, Sea St., Brownland Cot- 
tages, 
w. r, Boston, 213 Commonwealth ave. 

White, Geo. R. 

Manchester, Smith's Point, "Lillio- 

thea." 
w, r, Boston, 285 Commonwealth ave. 
b, a, 137 Columbus ave,; Pres, Potter 

Drug & Chemical corp. 

Whitehouse, F. Meredyth. 

Manchester, Ocean st., "Crowhurst." 

w. r. Manchester. 

Child: Meredyth, 17 yrs. 



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Wick, Mr, and Mrs. Myron C. 

Manchester, University Lane, 
w. r. Youngstown, O., 682 Wick ave. 
b. a. 17 Wick ave.; Vice Pres. The 
Youngstown Furnace & Supply Co. 

Wigglesworth, Edw. 

Manchester, School st. 

w. r. Boston, i88 Beacon st. 

Wigglesworth, Mrs. Edward. 

Manchester, School st. 

w. r. Boston, 188 Beacon st. 

Wigglesworth, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

Manchester, Sea st. 

w. r. Milton. 

b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Wigglesworth, Norton. 

Manchester, Sea st. 
w. r. Milton. 

Willett, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. 

Manchester, Coolidge's Point, "Crown 

Cliff." 
w. r. Norwood, 305 Walpole st. 
b.a. Boston, 248 Summer st.; Wool 

merchant. 



Willmonton, Geo. E. 

Manchester, Lee's Block. 

b.a. Boston, Old South Bld'g; Lawyer. 

Winthrop, Mrs. Robert C. 

W. Manchester, Jersey ave. 
w. r. Boston, 10 Walnut st. 

Wood, Miss EHzabeth. 

Manchester, Cobb ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 44 Cypress st. 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. 

Manchester, Cobb ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 44 Cypress st. 

b. a. Boston, 31 Bedford St.; Treas. 

Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald. 

W. Manchester, Harbor st. 

w. r. Boston, 260 Clarendon st. 

b. a. 2 Kilby st. 

Young, M. V. 0. George. 

Manchester, Stone Cottage, Hemenway 

estate. Smith's Point, 
w. r. Washington. 
Second Secretary of the British 

Embassy. 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 



BROWNLAND HOTEL. 



Sohier, Miss Emily L., Boston. 

Sohier, Miss Mary D., Boston. 

Bradford, Miss Annie, Philadelphia. 

TurnbuU. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Balti- 
more. Md. 

TurnbuU, The Misses, Baltimore, Md. 

Sanger, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P., Boston. 

Gannett, Dr. and Mrs. W. W., Boston. 

Gannett, Mr. and Mrs. T. B., Cambridge. 

Gannett, Mr. and Mrs. T. B., Cambridge. 



Gannett, T. B., Jr., Cambridge. 

Burlingame, Mr. and Mrs. F. A., New York. 

Pfaelzer, Mr. and Mrs. F. T., Boston. 

White, Mrs. C. T., Boston. 

White, Miss Gertrude, Boston 

Greeley, Boston. 

Greeley, Miss Marion, Boston. 

Nolan, Mrs. J. H., Chicago, 111. 

Nolan, Miss AHce, Chicago, 111. 

Crouse, Mr. and Mrs. B. M., Utica, N. Y- 



MAGNOLIA 



Magnolia is a part of Gloucester, has a post office and railroad 
station on the Gloucester branch of the Boston and Maine. No 
electric cars. Automobile l)us runs to Gloucester hourly. 



HOTELS: Oceanside, Hesperus, Aborn, 

Magnolia Tea House. 
BOARDING HOUSES: Stanley Cottage, 

Willow Cottage, North Shore Grill. 
CHURCHES : Village Church, Union Chapel. 
POSTMASTER: Fred S. Lycett, clerk in 

charge. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICES: New Oceanside, 

Railway station, Hesperus, Post office. 

M. A. Lycett, mgr. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: Gloucester local. 
Boston local, Ainerican. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Aborn 
Hotel, Gorhani Davis, Hesperus Hotel, 
Mrs. J. R. Selfridge, North vShore Grill 
Stanley Cottage, B. & M. R. R. Station' 

MAILS ARRIVE: 9.00, 4.15, 7.15. 
Sundays: One mail in the a. m. 



MAILS DEPART: 6.40, 12.45, 5-45- 
Sundays: One mail at 6.00 p. m. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.45 to 8 p. m. 
Sundays: 11.30 to 12.30, 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON : Arrive 7.10, 8.26. 

9.18, 10.19, 11-48, 1.37, *2. 12, 3.13, 4.19, 

5.22, 6.02, 6.27, 7.25, 8.12, 10.26, 12.19, 
Sundays: 9.12, 11.02, 1.37, 3.12, 5.27, 6.59, 
8.17, 10.42. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.19, 7.22, 
7-55. 8.35, 9.30, 10.29, 11-28, 12.38, 1.30, 
2.52, *3.io, 4.15, 5.14, 6.15, 9.02, 10.05. 
Sundays: 7.26, 8.28, 10.15, i-^S, 2.22, 

4.43 6.37 8.13, 9.43. 
* Saturday only. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 28 miles; Salem, 10; 
Manchester, 3; Gloucester, 4; Rock- 
port, 8; Beverly, 9. 



Allyn, Mrs. A. C. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 

w.r. Cambridge, 1!) Buckingham st. 

Allyn, John. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 

w. r. Cambridge. 

b. a. Boston, Tremont st. 

Appleton, G. A. 

Magnolia, Perkins Cottage, 
w.r. Magnolia. 

Ayers, Mrs. L. S. 

Magnolia, Idlewood, Lexington ave. 

w.r. Indianapolis, Ind., 1204 N. Dela- 
ware st. 

b.a. 1-7 West Washington st.; Treas. 
L. S. Ayer & Co. 

Beatty, A. Chester. 

Magnolia, Brinley Cottage, The Ledges, 

Hesperus ave. 
w.r. New York, 127 E. 73rd. st. 
b. a. 71 Broadway; Consulting engi- 



Belches, John W. 

Magnolia, Foster Cottage, Summer st. 
w.r. Brookline, 1110 Beacon st. 
Retired lianker. 

Bigelow, Miss Helen 0. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave. 
w.r. Boston, 325 Beacon st. 



Holies, Mrs. M. S. 

Magnolia, "Sea Reaches." 
w. r. Boston. 



Bolles, Reginald. 

Magnolia, "Sea Reaches." 
w. r. Boston. 

Artist. 

Bradford, Miss Marcia A. 

Magnolia, Bradford Studio of Arts and 

Crafts, Norman ave. 
w. r. Roxbury, 53 Warren st. 
b.a. Boston, 110 Tremont st. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Bradley, Miss S. E. 

Magudlia, Xorman Cottage, Xorman 

ave. 
w.r. Gloucester, 
b.a. Magnolia; Prop. Xorman Cottage 

Brown, Elizabeth M. 

Magnolia, Fuller st.. Young Cottage, 
w. r. Stamford, Conn., 688 Main st. 

Bull, C. H. 

Magnolia, cor. Hesperus & Lexington 

ave. 
w. r. Quincy, 111.; Banker. 

Cammann, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. 

Magnolia. 

w.r. Lakewood, X. J. 
b. a. New York City, 51 Liberty & 
187 Fulton sts.; Real estate. 

Chick, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. 

Magnolia , Norman ave. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Vendome. 

b.a. 646-658 Washington st. ; Vice Pres. 

and Gen'l Manager, John H. Pray 

Sons & Co. 

Clark, Miss Caroline B. 

Magnolia, "Foote Cottage 

w. r. Jamaica Plains, 3 Parlev Vale. 

Daughter of Mrs. J. T. Clark.' 

Clark, Mrs. John T. 

Magnolia, "Foot Cottage." 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 3 Parley Vale. 

Converse, Costello C. 

Magnolia, The Jas. Sargent Cottage, 
Shore Road. 

w. r, Boston, 348 Beacon st., and Mai- 
den. 

b. a. Boston, 95 Milk st. 

Cornish, Miss Susan B. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave. 
w.r. Boston, ll2 Fairfield st. 

Covell, Mrs. Chas. A. 

Magnolia, Covell's Cottage, Lexing- 
ton ave. 
w.r. Boston, 617 Commonwealth ave. 



Crocker, Geo. H. 

Magnolia, cor. Lexington & Hesperus 
ave., " Soiners Cottage." 
w. r. Fitchburg, 75 Prospect st. 
b. a. 545 Westminster st.; Croker, 
Burbank & Co. 

Curry, Mrs. H. M. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave. 
w. r. Pittsburg, Pa., 168 Homewood 
ave. 

Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 

Magnolia, Western ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 353 Clifton road. 

Dakin, Dr. E. A. 

Magnolia, "After Glow Cottage. 

w. r. Boston, 119 Beacon st. 

b. a. 119 Beacon st.; Physician. 

Dakin, Dr. Mary D. 

Magnolia, "After Glow Cottage.'' 
w. r. Boston, 119 Beacon st. 
Physician. 

Davis, Frank. 

Magnolia, Xorman ave. 
w.r. Gloucester. 

Dukelow, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave., "Ferguson 
Cottage." 

w. r. Brookline, 27 Orkney road. 

b. a. Boston, 246 Washington st. ; Pub- 
Usher Boston Commercial. 

Dutcher, Miss Dorothea. 

With C. H. Bull, 
w.r. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Dutcher, Mrs. Pierpont Edwards. 

With C. H. Bull, 
w.r. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Edwards, Mrs. C. R. 

Magnolia, McDonald Cottage. 

w.r. Washignton, D. C, Jackson Place. 

Edwards, Mrs. Wm. 

Magnolia, Shore road, lower McDon- 
ald Cottage, 
w.r. Cleveland, Ohio, 582 Prospect st. 



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Emmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. 

Magnolia, Western ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 89 Carleton st. 

Faulkner, Mrs. F. M. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Hayden. 

Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. 

Magnolia, Ford Cottage, Fuller st. 
w.r. Chicago, 111. 

Garretson, Gen. G. A. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave., "Fox Cot- 
tage." 

w. r. Cleveland, O., 3716 Euclid ave. 

b. a. Western Reserve building; Pres. 
Bank of Commerce National Assoc. 

Greenleaf, Mrs. N. L. 

Magnolia, Butler Cottage, Western ave. 
w.r. Boston, 8 Arlington st. 

Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. 

Magnolia, H. K. Story Cottage, Mag- 
nolia ave. 
w.r. Salem, 33 Warren st. 
b.a. Boston, 76 Lincoln st. 

Hamilton, Geo. L. 

Magnolia, Norman's Woe road, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Somerset, 
b. a. S. Boston, E. First cor. K. st.; 
Gruebj^-Faience Co. 

Hammond, John Hays. 

Magnolia, Fresh Water Cove, Glouces- 
ter road. 

Harbeck, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. 

Magnolia, Adams Cottage, Lexington 

ave. 
w.r. New York, 306 Lexington ave. 

Hayden, Mrs. Chas. R. 

Magnolia, "Rockhurst" Cottage, Shore 

road, 
w. r. Boston. 80 Beacon st. 

Heard, Mrs. J. Theodore. 

Magnolia, Norman's Woe road. 
w. r. Boston, 20 Louisburgh sq. 

Henford, H. L. 

Magnolia, Oak Cottage. 
w.r. Magnolia. 



Hood, Miss E. G. 

Magnolia, ''Twin Acres," Hesperus 

ave. 
w. r. Boston, H)l Commonwealth ave. 

Houghton, Miss Elizabeth G. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave. 

w.r. Boston, 191 Commonwealth ave. 

Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. EUot. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave., "Faulkner 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 206 Beacon st. 
b.a. 206 Beacon st.; Music teacher. 

Jameison, Mr. and Mrs. David. 

Magnolia, Chapel st. 
w. r. Dorchester, 
b. a. 316 Blue Hill ave.; Real estate. 

Jones, Arthur M. 

Magnolia' "Highfields Cottage, " Nor- 
man ave. 
w. r. Boston, 455 Beacon st. 

Jones, Chas. Willis. 

Magnolia, "Highfields Cottage," Nor- 
man ave. 

w. r. Boston, 455 Beacon st. 

b. a. Equitable building; Pres. New 
Eng. National Bank. 

Kennard, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. 

Magnolia, Fuller st. 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 4 Portland place, 
b.a. 4th St. S.W., cor. Washington ave. ; 
Pres. J. Kennard & Sons, Carpet Co. 

Kilpatrick, Claude. 

Magnolia, Shore Road, " Stonehurst.'' 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 3645 Delmar 

Boulevard, 
b. a. 717 Chestnut st.; Pres. Rutledge 

& Kilpatrick Realty Co. 

Loose, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 

Magnolia, Underwood Cottage, Shore 

road 
w.r. Kansas City, Mo., 3530 Walnut st. 
b.a. 507 R. A. Long bldg.; Confectioner. 

Lowell, Miss Georgina. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave. 
w. r. Boston, 12 Fairfield st. 




Artliur F. Estabrook's rt'sidence at Pliillips Heach, Swanipscott. 



jT has been truly said that the North 
Shore is one of the most picturesque 
and attractive spots on the New 
England Coast. f^Some of the finest 

estates on the shore have been placed in my 

hands for sale or to rent. 




JONATHAN MAY 

Real Estate and Insurance 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

MAGNOLIA, MASS. 

Telephones: Office, 26-2; House, 26-3 



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Macdonald, Mrs. H. F. 

Magnolia, Shore Road, 
w. r. Cambridge. 

Mason, Mrs. Amanda M. 

Magnolia, BilHngs Cottage, Fulton 

and Beach st. 
w.r. Kansas City, Mo., IdOlt Euclid 

ave. 

Mathes, Nellie Home. 

Magnolia, North Shore Grill, 
w.r. Hotel Oxford, Studio. 

McFadon, Miss Anna Bull. 

With C. H. Bull, 

McFadon, Mrs. Wm. 

With C. H. Bull. 

McHale, Mrs. M. J. 

Magnolia, North Shore Grill Studio, 
b. a, Boston, Berkeley Building. 

McKee, Mrs. M. J. 

Magnolia, Wilkins Cottage. 
w.r. St. Louis, Mo., 5297 Washington 
ave. 

McKee, The Misses, 

W^ith Mrs. M. J. McKee. 

McMillan, Mrs. Wm. 

Magnolia, Shore Road, "Briar Rock." 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 25 Portland place. 
Eliza, widow of Win. 

Morrill, Mrs. F, Gordon. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave.," Pine Knoll." 
Travels in winter. 

Morse, Francis A. 

Magnolia, Summer st., "Newton Cot- 
tage." 

w. r. W^est Ro.xbury. 

b. a. Boston, 55 Hastings st. ; Master 
Robert Shaw School. 

Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Albert. 

Magnolia, Summer st. 

w. r. Brookline, 86 Ivy st. 

b. a. Boston, 38 Kilby st. 

Morse, Mts. H. C. 

Magnolia, Norman ave., "Molonson 

Cottage." ■ 
w.r. Boston, 2 Union park. 

Morse, Miss Helen D. 

With Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morse. 



Morse, Miss Velma H. 

Magnolia, "Highhelds," Norman ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 81 Magazine st. 

Musgrave, Dr. Percy. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave., " Hoyle 

Cottage." 
w. r. Boston, 6 Gloucester st. 
Physician. 

Nelson, Col. and Mrs. Wm. R. 

Magnolia, cor. Fuller and Hesperus ave. 
V.-. r. Kansas City, Oak Hall, 4Sth st. 

cor. Oak. 
b. a. I ith N. E. cor. Grand ave. ; Editor 

and owner "Kansas City Star." 

Newton, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. 

Magnolia, Fuller st. 
w.r. Revere. 

O'Neill, Miss Helen M. 

Magnolia, Bradford Studio of Arts and 

Crafts, Norman ave. 
w.r. Gennantown, Pa. 

Orr, S. Alexander. 

Magnolia, "Sea Crest." 
w. r. Troy, N. Y., 71 Second st. 
Children: Constance deF., Elaine E., 
and Grace Alexis. 

Paige, Mrs. Mary E. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave. 
b. a. Boston, 175 Tremont st.; Art 
embroidery and painting. 

Penhallow, Chas. S. 

Magnolia, "Penhallow Cottage." 
w. r. Jamaica Plain, 56 Eliot st. 
b. a. Boston, 803 Sears building. 

Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. 

Magnolia, Summer st. 

w. r. Brookline, 119 Park st. 

Preston, Mr. and Mrs. T. Webb. 

Magnolia, "Apple Tree Cottage," Ful- 
ler st. 

w. r. Longwood, 3 Austin st. 

b. a. Boston, 186 Boylston st.; Indian 
goods. 

Children: Clara J., 9 yrs.; Shirley W., 
7 yrs. 

Rees, William D. 

Magnolia, "Joslyn Cottage," cor. 

Hesperus ave. and Fuller st. 
w. r. Cleveland, Ohio, 3624 Euclid ave. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Rhen, F. K. M. 

Magnolia, "Sea Reaches." 
w. r. New York. "The Chelsea," West 
23d St. ; Artist. 

Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. B. 

Magnolia, Norman ave. (with Mr. and 

Mrs. Edw. C. Richardson) 
w. r. Brookline, 7 Chatham st. 
Children: Helen L., 8 yrs. and Eliza- 

lieth, 1 month. 

Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. 

Magnolia, Norman ave. 

w. r. Boston, 9 Bay State Road. 

b. a. 60 State st.; Retired. 

Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Weld. 

Magnolia, Norman ave. (with Mr. and 

Mrs. Edw. C. Richardson), 
w. r. Brookline, 1064 Beacon st. 
b. a. 84 State st.; Lawyer. 

Rolfe, Mrs. E. 

Magnolia, "New Magnolia Tea House." 

Norman ave. 
w.r, Brookline, 21 Centre st. 

Ruhl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. 

Magnolia, Island View Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 88 Druce st. 
b.a. Boston, 17 Otis st.; Sec'y Mass. 
Breweries Co. 

Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. 

Magnolia, Suminer st. 

w. r. Boston , Bay State Road. 

b. a. Tremont Building; Lawyer. 

Sampson, T. S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sampson. 

Sampson, Mrs. Robert. 

Magnolia, Gloucester Road, 
w. r. Cambridge. 

Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Jr. 

Magnolia, Norman ave. 
w. r. Boston, 13 Gloucester st. 
b. a. 50 Congress st.; Lawyer. 
Children: Joseph, 3d., 8 yrs.; Con- 
stance C, 4 yrs. • 

Sherrard, J. A. 

Magnolia, 

Prop. The Hesperus and Cottages. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave., "Young 

Cottage." 
w.r. Germantown, Pa., 5730 Green st. 
b.a. Philadelphia, 1009 West End 

Trust Bldg. ; C. W. Smith Coal and 

Coke Co. 



Smith, Beatrice I. 

With Mr, and Mrs. Chas, W. Smith. 

Smith, Mrs. E. W. 

Magnolia, Ford Cottage, Fuller st. 
w.r. Kansas City, Mo., 313 Westport 
ave. 

Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. 

With Mrs. Chas. R. Hayden. 
w,r, Boston, 29 Brimmer st. 
b. a. State House; Lawyer. 

Stearns, Miss Frances H. 

Magnolia, Lexington ave., "Original 
Magnolia Tea House and North 
Shore Grill." 

w.r. Boston, Hotel Brunswick. 

Stevens, H. H. 

Magnolia, Summer st. 

w. r. Boston, 65 Dunboy br. 

b. a. National Shawmut Bank; clerk. 

Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. 

Magnolia, Summer st. 

w. r. Brookline, 10 Beacon st. 

Stevens, Miss Josephine. 

With Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stevens. 

Stevens, Samuel S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stevens. 

Swift, AUce M. • 

Magnolia, North Shore Grill. 
w.r. New York, 33rd st. 

Tent, James. 

Magnolia, Fuller st., "Wilkins Cot- 
tage." 

w. r. Brookline. 

b. a. Boston, 14-20 Franklin st.; Mgr. 
N. E, News Co. 

Thompson, E. H. L. 

Magnolia, Billings Cottage, Fulton and 

Beach sts. 
w.r. Kansas City, Mo. 
b.a. 410 Postal Tel. Bldg. 

Thornberg, B. M. 

Magnolia, Sunnyside, Norman ave. 
w. r. Magnolia. 

b. a. Boston, 137 Milk st.; Insurance. 
Child: Nancy E., 3 yrs. 

Thornton, Mrs. A. C. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 
w. r. Boston. 



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Thornton, Mrs. Wingate. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 
w. r. Boston. 

Wadsworth, Rev. Chas., Jr. 

Magnolia, Oakes Field, 
b. a. Philadelphia, Pa., 2046 Mt. Ver- 
non St. 

talker, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrington. 

Magnolia, The James S. Lee Cottage, 

Shore road, 
w.r. Detroit, 873 Jefferson ave. 
b.a. 35-40 Miami ave. and Wakeville, 

Ont. ; Vice pres. Iron Ox Remedy Co. 

Wardwell, Miss Mv E. 

With Mrs. J. T. Clark. 

Wheeler, Mrs. George H. 

Magnolia. Idlewood Cottage. 
w.r. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wheelock, Mrs. W. B. 

Magnolia, Idlewood Cottage. 
w.r. Indianapolis, Ind., 1204 X. Dela- 
ware St. 



Wilkins, Mrs. A. Octavia. 

Magnolia, "\'illa," Hesperus ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 128 Magazine st. 

Williams, Mr. D. P. 

Magnolia, Idlewood Cottage, 
w.r. Indianapolis, Ind., 1313 New 
Jersey st. 

Williams, Holden P. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 
w. r. Roxbury, 37 Perrin st. 
b. a. Boston, i Court st. 
Son of R. B. 

Williams, Robert B. 

Magnolia, Magnolia ave. 
w. r. Roxbury, 37 Perrin st. 
b. a. Boston, 30 Broad st.; Williams & 
Hall, tea testers. 

Winslow, Mrs. A. E. 

Magnolia, Hesperus ave. 

w.r. Brookline, 198 Aspinwall ave. 

Winslow, Miss Isabelle. 

Magnolia, Winslow Cottage, Hesperus 

ave. 
w.r. Brookline, 198 Aspinwall ave. 



GUEST FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 

OCEANSIDE HOTEL. 



Andrews, Gen. and Mrs. G. L., Washington. 
AUgeyer, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. and family, 

Xew Orleans, La. 
Ackert, Mrs. C. H., Washington. D. C. 
Allen, Mrs. Stillman B., Boston. 
Allen, Mr. Willis B., Boston. 
Adams, Miss Florence, Washington, D. C. 
Adams, H. C, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. John H., Manches- 
ter, N. H. 
Armsby, Mrs. J. K., Sr., Chicago, 111. 
Armsby, Miss, Chicago. 
Ames, Mrs. Miner T., Chicago, 111. 
Ames, Miss Emily Faithful. Chicago, 111. 
Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and familv 

Buffalo, X. Y. 
Bonnell, Mrs. J. M., Youngstown, O. 
Bond, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Hartford, Conn 
Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H., Boston. 
Brewster, The Misses, Boston. 
Brown, Mrs. George, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brown, Miss, Philadelphia. 



Belloni, Mrs. L. J., Xew York. 

Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Youngstown, 

Ohio. 
Bagnell, Mr. and Mrs. St Louis, Mo. 
Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas .B., Xew York'. 
Bliss, Mrs. E. C. , New York. 
Coates, Mrs. James S., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Coates, Miss Helen, Philadelphia, Pa 
Clerk, Mr. and Mrs. Ronzo H., Montreal, 

Canada. 
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo E., Brookline. 
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. J. D., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cox, Miss Jeanette, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cox, J. D. Jr,, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Clark, Mrs. Daniel Boone, St. Louis. Mo. 
Clark, Mr. D. H., St. Louis, Mo. 
Curtis, Mrs. M. G., Brookline. 
Curtis, Miss, Brookline. 
Corlies, Mrs. S. Fisher, Philadelphia, Pa. 
CorHss, Miss M. L., Philadelphia. 
Coutts, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. and family, 
Xew York. 




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Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. John. 

Cook, Mr. and Mrs. A. D., Boston. 

Catherwood, Mrs. E. R., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tucker, Mrs. Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. X. and family, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Crocker, Mr. and Mrs Geo. H., Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Weyman, Mrs. E. L., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Cro.swell, The Misses, Cambridge. 

Cupples, Mr. Samuel, St. Louis. Mo. 

Scudder, Mrs. Wm., St. Louis, Mo. 

Scudder, The Misses, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dallett, Judge and Mrs. Morris M., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Davidson, Mrs. John, Elizabeth, X. J. 

Daggett, Mrs. Evelyn, Boston. 

Davis, Mrs. S. C, Boston. 

Eaton, The Misses, Boston. 

Farmer, Admiral and Mrs. Edw., Boston. 

Ford, Mrs. S. E., Cambridge. 

Fuller, Miss Caroline W., Boston. 

Farnum, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. and family, 
Chicago, 111. 

Drake, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and family, 
Chicago, 111. 

Gilkeson, Mrs. J. M., St. Louis, Mo. 

Garettson, Gen. and Mrs. G. A. and family, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Gummey, Mr. J. W., Boston. 

Gummey, Miss M., Boston. 

Godley, Mrs. Wm. D., Xew York. 

Gibson, Miss Rebecca, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Taitt, Mrs., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Guild, Curtis, Sr., Boston. 

Guild, Miss M. C, Boston. 

Guild, Miss S. L., Boston. 

Gray, Miss M. C, Boston. 

Guild, Mrs. Chester, Boston. 

Goldthwait, Mrs. Joel, Boston. 

Hulick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. and family, 
New York. 

Hobart, Mrs. M. E., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hatfield, Mrs. A., Jr., New York. 

Hobart, Mrs. A. W., Boston. 

Horton, Mrs. W. H., Bo.ston. 

Harlow, Mrs. Edwin, Salem, Mass. 

Harlow, Miss, Salem, Mass. 

Harlow, A. F., Salem, Mass. 



Harlow, Eilw. F., Salem, .Mars. 

Hazen, Prof, and Mrs. C. D., Xorthampton. 

Hood, Mr. and Mrs. C. I., Lowell, Mass. 

Wilder, Miss, Lowell, Mass. 

Harper, Mrs. W. W., Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

Harbeck, Mrs. C. T., New York City. 

Harbeck, The Misses, New York City. 

Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. W. I., Catskill, N.Y. 

Kauffmann, Mrs. Victor, New Orleans, La. 

Kinnan, Mrs. G. B., Allston, Mass. 

Kittridge, Mr. Geo. W. and family, Yon- 

kers, X. Y. 
Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Boston. 
Keating, Mrs. G. D. and family. Buffalo, 

X.Y. 
Kehlor, Mrs. J. B. M., St. Louis, Mo. 
Lander, Mrs. Louisa, Washington, D. C. 
Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Thos., Greensburg, Pa. 
Lord, Mr. and Mrs. J. D., Chicago, 111. 
Lord, Miss, Chicago, 111. 
Lord, Russell, Chicago, 111. 
Lane, Miss Charlotte T., New York. 
Low, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. T., New York. 
Low, Miss, New York. 
McLean, Mr. and Mrs. James, New York. 
McMurtrie, Mrs. Wm., New York. 
McMillan, Mrs. Lee, New Orleans, La. 
Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. C. R., Newton, Mass. 
Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C, Balti- 
more, Md. 
Morse, Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Boston. 
McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gordon, Jr., 

Petersburg, Va. 
McCutchem, Mr. and Mrs. T. G., Pittsburgh 

Pa. 
Murray, Mr. Jos. W., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Neville, Miss L. G., New York, N. Y. 
O'Brien, Mrs. C, Roxbury, Mass. 
O'Brien, Miss, Roxbury, Mass. 
Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A., Jr., Chestnut 

Hill, Pa. 
Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Chas., Rockville, 

Conn. 
Parsons, Mrs. M. E., Boston. 
Woodbury, Mrs. , Boston. 
Page, Mrs. L. J., Brookline. 
Page, Miss, Brookline. 
Pultz, Mr. and Mrs. John Leggitt, N. Y. 
Patterson, Miss M. A., Boston. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Pillsbury, Admiral and Mrs. J. E., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Plumer, Mrs. Avery, Boston. 

Pettingill, Mr. and Mrs.' U. A., lirooklinr. 

Proctor, Mrs. Thos. P., Boston. 

Ragon, Mrs. Ada May, Evans\-ille, Ind. 

Richmond, Mr. J., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Richmond, Miss Louise, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rogers, Miss Francis R., Boston. 

Rogers, The Misses, Boston. 

Rand, Mrs. H. S., Cambridge. 

Rand, H. S., Jr., Cambridge. 

Skinner, Mrs. H. F., New York City. 

Stillman, Mrs. E. P., New York City. 

Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus. and family 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Shaw, Miss Ida A., New York City. 

Tapley, Mrs., Boston. 

Tapley, Miss Alice P., Boston. 



Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Thos., Jr., Columbia, 

S. C. 
'i'aylor, Mr. Walter C, St. Louis, Mo. 
Talmage, Mrs. T. DeWitt, .New York City. 
Collyer, Miss Rebecca, New York. 
Tower, Mrs. A. J., Boston. 
Tower, The Misses, Boston. 
Tappenbeck, Mrs. F. W., New York City. 
Whitman, Mrs. Geo. L., New York City. 
Woodwell, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. R., Pittsburgh 

Pa. 
Warren, Dr. and Mrs. Henry S., Boston. 
Wendell, Mrs. M. R., Boston. 
Wendell, The Misses, Boston. 
Wendell, Mr. and Mrs. M. R.,Jr., Boston. 
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. F. E., Boston. 
Wiltbank, Judge Wm. W., Philadelphia. 
Zell, Mrs. A. S., Roland Park, Md. 



HOTEL ABORN. 



Robb, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Concord. 
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, New York. 
Clearman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, N. Y. City. 
Russegue, Mr. and Mrs. F. A., Boston. 
Sinclair, H. T., N. Y. City. 
Ernst, Mrs. J. C. and maid, Covington, Ky. 
Edwards, Mrs. C R. and maid, Washington 

D. C. 
Edwards, Miss Bessie, Washington, D. C. 
Comnock, Miss, Lowell. 
Brown, A. Raymond, Newark, X. J. 
Wellington, Mr. and Mrs. H. W., Boston. 
Wellington, Miss Bernice, Boston. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W., Boston. 
Clark, E. P., Boston. 
Gray, Miss Emily, Cambridge. 
Bojeson, Miss, Boston. 
Mordant, Mr. and Mrs. E., Boston. 



Manning, Mrs. Prentiss, Brookline. 

Howe, Mrs. Arabella, 

Wade, Mrs. G. K. B., child and nurse, 

New York City. 
Putnam. Mr. and Mrs. J. P., Boston. 
Putnam, Miss Elsie, Boston. 
Putnam, J. P., Jr., Boston. 
Pierce, D. C, Boston. 
Blair, Mrs. Mc Lean, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Powell, Samuel, Newport, R. L 
Warren, Miss, New York City. 
Robbins, Miss and maid, N. Y. City. 
Harper, Mr. and Mrs. James M., N. Y. City. 
Harper, The Misses, New York City. 
Morgan, Mrs. L. D., Brookhne. 
Haskell, Mrs. E. H., Newton Centre. 
Faunce, Mr. and Mrs. Alton, Boston. 
Upham, Mrs. A. S., London. 



THE HESPERUS. 

Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D., child and Atkinson, Edwin C, Philadelphia, Pa. 



maid, Gloucester. 
PhiUips, Mrs. Thomas S., Chicago, 111. 
PhilHps, Miss H. K., Chicago, 111. 
Packard, Mrs. M. V., Brooklyn, \, Y. 
Barry, Mrs. E. L,, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Van Brunt, Mrs. E. B., Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Finlay, Mr. Mark, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Atkinson, Mrs. Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Aldred, Mr. and Mrs. W. E., Providence, 

R. 1, 
Winner, Mr. and Mrs. E. L., Philadelphia, 
Winner, Miss Gladys, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Xettleton, Mrs. Geo. H., Kansas City, Mo. 
San Marzano, Marquise de and maid, N. Y. 
San Marzano, Mile de, N. Y. City. 
Annstrong, Miss, New York City. 



MAGNOLIA 



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Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N., Fitchburg. 

Clapp, Mrs. John, Plainfield, N. J. 

Martin, Mr. and Mrs. G. F., N. Y. City. 

Tiffany, Dr. and Mrs. L. Mc Lane, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Burch, Miss, Baltimore, Md. 

Potts, Miss, Albany, N. Y. 

Potts, Mr. J. W., Albany, N. Y. 

Hetherington, Miss, Albany. N. Y. 

Liggett, Mrs. E. J., and maid St. Louis, Mo 

Ropes, Mrs., St. Louis, Mo. 

Granniss, Mr. and Mrs. G. H., N. Y. City. 

Lane, Miss A. M., Stamford, Conn. 

Lynch, Mrs. E. A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hamilton, Mrs. W. T., Hagerstown, Md. 

Hamilton, Miss, Hagerstown, Md. 

Briscoe, Mr. and Mrs. J. H., Hagerstown, 
Md. 

Hamilton, W. H., Hagerstown, Md. 

Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth E., Albany, N. Y. 

Gilmour, Mrs., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Bruen, Rev. Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bruen, Miss Katherine, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Zell, Mrs. K., Baltimore, Md 

Rittenhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



EUis, Mrs. Edward, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Wharton, Mrs. E., Washington, D. C. 

Hamilton, Miss Cora B., Covington, Ky. 

Lee, Mrs. Frances E., Binghampton, N. Y. 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wise, N. Y. City. 

Wood, Miss Ehzabeth, N. Y. City. 

Bostwick, Mrs. H. A., Irvington-on-Hud- 
son, N. Y. 

Candor, Mr. and Mrs. Addison, Williams- 
port, Pa. 

Ellsworth, The Misses, N. Y. City. 

Lewis, Dr. and Mrs. Morris J., Philadelphia. 

Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S., Boston. 

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. G., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. John L., Louisville, Ky. 

Taylor, Mrs. Henry M., Brookline. 

Taylor, Miss, Brookline. 

Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Buckley, The Misses, Philadelphia, Pa. ^ 

Howard, Mrs. Beale and maid, Washington 
D. C. 

BoUes, Mrs. Helen, Boston. 

Bolles, Reginald, Boston. 




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GLOUCESTER. 



Gloucester has a population of 30,000, and is located on the 
G loucester Branch of the Boston & Maine railroad ; can also be 
reached by boat from Boston. There are many sub-divisions of 
territory, principally as follows: Magnolia, Annisquara, West 
Gloucester, East Gloucester, Eastern Point, Fresh Water Cove, 
Thurston's Point, Wheeler's Point, Riverdale, Land's End, Lanes- 
ville, Fairview, Rocky Neck, Bass Rocks, Bayview. Electric cars 
leave Main street every 30 minutes for Rockport, Ipswich, 
Beverly, Salem, and all points in the city. 



HOTELS: Bonnie View Inn, The Beach- 
croft, The Surf side, The EdgecHfife. 

CHURCHES: Bay View M. E.. Bethany 
Eastern ave.; Church of the Sacred 
Heart (Roman Cathohc), Lanesville; 
Chapel St. Baptist, East Gloucester; 
E. Gloucester M. E.; First Church of 
Christ, 65 Middle st.; First Church (Uni- 
tarian), Middle st.; First Baptist, corner 
Middle and Pleasant sts. ; Giles Chapel, 
E. Gloucester; Independent Christian 
(Universalist), Middle st.; Our Lady of 
Good Voyage (Roman Catholic), 142 
Prospect St.; Orthodox Congregational, 
Lanesville; Prospect st. M. E.; Riverdale 
M. E.; St. John's (Episcopal), Middle st.; 
St. Ann (Roman Catholic), Pleasant st.; 
Second Church of Christ; G. A. R. Hall, 
Trinity Congregational, Middle st.; Trini- 
tarian Congregational, W. Gloucester; 
Universalist, Lanesville; Universalist, 
W. Gloucester; Union Congregational, 
Magnolia; Union Chapel, Magnolia; Uni- 
versalist, Annisquam. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY Sawyer Free Public 
Library, Middle st. cor. Dale ave.; libra- 
rian. Miss Rachel S. Webber. Hours, 
10 to 8, Saturdays, 7 to 9. 

POSTMASTER: Charles D. Brown. 

TELEGRAPH 
Main st. 



OFFICE: Western Union, 



EXPRESS COMPANIES: American, Lanes- 
ville local, Rockport local. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Chas. 
C. Oakes, Beachcroft Hotel, A. S. Mad- 
docks, B. & N. St. R. R., Combination 
Cigar Store, Master Mariners Asso., N. 



Voutiritsa, Belmont Hotel, E. P.Wonson, 
M. L. Wetherell, W. G. Brown & Co., 
Palace of Sweets, Hotel Savoy, Melvin 
H. Perkins, Frank C. Parker, Perkins 
& CorHss (i Middle st.), E. H. Clegg & 
Co., A. C. Rogers, B. & M. Passenger De- 
pot, Thistle House, Frederick Lane, Gor- 
ham Davis, John Remby, Chas. E. Davis, 
Surfside Hotel, J. L. Babson, Foster & 
Co. (Lanesville), Herbert K. Sargent, 
Edgecliffe Hotel (Long Beach), Wm. 
Ingersjll (Riverdale). 

MAILS ARRIVE FROM BOSTON AND 

STATIONS: 7.00, 8.00, 9.45, 12.00, 2.00, 

3.30, 4.30, 6.30, 8.00 

New York and all points South and West : 

7.30, 12.05, 3-40- 6.15. 

Points North and East 6.55, 7.30, 12.05, 

4-40. 6.15. 

Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince 

Edward Island: 6.55, 7.30, 12.05, 6.15. 

Salem and vicinity: 7.30, 12.05, 3-4°< 

6.15, 7.50. 

Beverly, Beverly Farms, Pride's Crossing 

and Manchester: 7.30, 12.05, 3V^< 6.15. 

Pigeon Cove 7 30, 5.15. 

Annisquam, Bay View and Lanesville: 

8.42, 1. 12, 6.12, Sunday: 12.42. 

Sundays Mail due at 9.35 a. m. 
MAILS DEPART FOR BOSTON AND 

STATIONS: 6.50, 8.10, 9.50, 12.50, 2.15, 

4.35, 5,45, 8. 30. 

New York and all Points South and West 

North and East: 6.50, 9.50, 12.50, 2.15, 

4-35' 5-45- 8.00. 

Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince 

Edward Island: 6.50, 9.50, 12.50, 2.15, 

4-35- 5-45. 8-00- 



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WHO WHO'S ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Salem and Lynn: 6.50, 9.50, 12.50, 4.35. 
Lynn and Salem via Boston: 5.45, 8.00. 
Beverly, Beverly Farms, Pride's Crossing 
and Manchester 0.50, g.50, 12.50, 4.35, 

via Boston: 5.45, 8.00. 
Magnolia, O.50, 12.50, 4.35. 
Rockport: 6.50, 9.50, 2.15, 5.45. 
Pigeon Cove: 6.50, 2.15, 5.45, 9.50. 
Annisquam, Bay View, and Lanesville: 

S.30, 3.30, 6.30. Sunday: 11.00. 
Sundays : Alails close for all points at6.oo. 
City delivery closes at: 7.30, 1.30, 3.30. 
East Gloucester: 7.30, 9.40, 3.30. 
Bass Rocks: 7.30, 12.00, 3.30. 
Eastern Point, Riverdale, Fernwood and 

Fresh Water Cove: 7.40, 3.30. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 6.45 a. m. to 8.30 p.m. 
Saturdays: 6.45 a. m. to 9.00 p. m. 
Sundays: 12.00 m. to i.oo p. m. 

TRAINS ARRIVE FROM BOSTON: 7.24, 



8.38, 9.32, 10.30, 12.02, 1.47, *2. 20, 3.27, 
4.2Q, 5.33, 6.16, 6.37, 7.35, 8. 21, 10.35, 
12.30. 

Sundays: 9.22, 11. 12, r.47, 3.22, 5.37, 
7.09, 8. 27, 10.52. 

TRAINS LEAVE GLOUCESTER FOR 
BOSTON: 6.ti, 7.12, 7.46, 8.25, 9.20, 
10.20, 1 1. 19, 12.29, 1.20, 2.43, *3. 00, 4.06, 
5.04, 6.06, 8.54, 9.57. 
Sundays: 7.17, 8.19, 10.06, 1.16, 2.13, 
4.33, 6.27, 8.03, 9.33. 

* Saturday only. 

BOATS LEAVE BOSTON FOR GLOU- 
CESTER: 10.00, 2.00 (weekdays). 
Sundays: 10.15. 

BOATS LEAVE GLOUCESTER FOR BOS- 
TON: 2.15 p. m. i^weeTv days). 
Sunday: 3.15. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 32 miles; Rockport, 
4 miles. 



Davis, Hon. and Mrs. Frank E. 

Gloucester, Long Beach, Pagoda. 

w. r Goucester, 194 Washington st. 

b. a. Central Wharf. 

Davis, Miss Carrie M. 

With Hon. and Mrs. Frank E. Davis. 

Legendre, Mr. and Mrs. James. 

Gloucester, Grapevine Cove. 

w. r. New Orleans, 5 Audubon place. 

Luce, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 

Gloucester, 49 Pleasant st. 
b. a. 7 Elm st.; Furniture. 
Child: Chas. W. Luce, Jr. 



Luce, Miss Esther. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Luce 
(daughter.) 

Somes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Gloucester, "Fernwood." 
w. r. Brookline, 67 Francis st. 
b. a. Boston, 55 Commercial st.; 
Wholesale Grocers. 



Somes, Miss Maysie D. 

With Mr. and Mrs. George. H. Somes 
(daughter.) 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE SURFSIDE HOTEL. 



Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs. E. T., Springfield. 
Mallock, Capt. A. D., Somerville. 
Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. A. W., Boston. 
Gillette, Mrs. James F., Chicago. 111. 
Dempster, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W., Chicago. 
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. John T., Graley, Colo. 
Flint, Mr. Frankhn, Boston. 
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. C. H., Boston. 
Brewster, Mrs. John D., Stamford, Conn. 
Thomas, Miss Susan S., Milford, N. J. 
Seward, Mr. and Mrs. E. J., New York City. 
Slade, Mr. Chas. F., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Lane, Mrs. G. M., New York City. 
Zelle, Mr. and Mrs. E. E., New York. 
Huggan, H. M., Boston. 
Huggan. A. E., Boston. 
Huggan, A. J., Boston. 



Johnson, Mr. Alfred, Boston. 
Lovelace, L. W. and faniily, Danvers. 
Gunnison, John R., and family, Boston. 
Bacharach, Mr. and Mrs. Sol, Halifax, Mass 
Crafts, Storr F., Boston. 
Peirce, Edward, Boston. 
Glover, Mrs. A. E., Boston. 
Hanson, Mrs. C, Boston. 
Jackson, Mrs. J. W., Boston. 
Schwartz, B., Boston. 
Hyneman, B. and family, Boston. 
Jones, Lucelle, and family, Boston. 
Macdonald, Miss M. S., Boston. 
Whitcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Dorchester 
Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin S., Manches- 
ter. N. H. 



WEST GLOUCESTER. 



West Gloucester is a part of Gloucester and has a railroad 
station, on the Eastern division of the B. & M. Railroad, Glou- 
cester Branch. 



CHURCHES: Trinitarian Congregational, 

Uni\-ersalist. 
PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATION: A. H. 

Bray, B. Sz M. R. R. Station. 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7.15, 8.31, 

9.23, *10.23, *11.52, *1.41 t2.16, *3.18, 

*4.23, *5.26, *6.07, §6.31, *7.29, *8.16, 

*10.30, *12.23. 

Sundays: *9.16 *11.06,*1.41, *3.16, *5.31, 

*7.03, *8.21, *10.46. 
TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave *6.15, *7.17 

t7.50, *8. 29, 9.2.5, *10.24, *11.23, *12.33, 



*1.25, *2.47, *|3.05, *4.10, *5.08, *6.10, 
*8.58, *10.01. 

Sundays: *7.21, *8.23, *]0.10, *1.20, *2.17, 
*4.38, *6.32, *8.08, *9.38. 

MAILS : Two mails daily by city carrier. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 30 mis; Gloucester, i. 

*Stops to take on signal or to leave on 

notice to conductors. 
fStops to take Boston passengers only, 
j Saturdays only. 
§Stops to leave passengers only. 



Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. 

W. Gloucester, Fern wood Cottage. 
w.r. Gloucester, 57 Prospect st. 
b.a. 121 Main st.; Lawrence E. An- 
drews & Co. 

Babson, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. 

W. Gloucester, Pine ConeCottage. 
w.r. Arlington, N. J. 

Bolles, Rev. Ada C. 

W. Gloucester, Atlantic Highlands 

"Greyledge." 
w. r. Cambridge. 
Universalist minister. 

Brick, Ellen A. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brick. 

Brick, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 

W. Gloucester, River View. 
w.r. Dorchester, 147 Draper st. 

Brick, Mary H. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brick. 

Clark, Rev. and Mrs. W. L. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Boston, 11 Xewcomb st. 
b.a. 1906 Washington st. ; Rector 
Church of the Ascension. 

Cox, Mrs. Lottie S. 

W. Gloucester, Winniahdin. 
w.r. Maiden, 10 Evelyn place. 



Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T 

W. Gloucester, "Winniahdin." 

w'. r. Gloucester, 258 Washington st. 

Davis, Miss Alice G. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Everett, 100 Garland st. 

Davis, Miss Georgia S. 
W. Gloucester, 
w. r. Everett, 100 Garland st. 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. 

W. Gloucester, Western ave. 
b. a. Gloucester, 2 Porter st.; Bottling 
works. 

Elwell, Austin D. 

W. Gloucester, The Pine. 
w.r. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Favor, G. H. 

W. Gloucester, Stanwood Point. 

Foster, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. 

W. Gloucester, Fernwood, "Brookside 

Cottage." 
w. r. Andover. 

Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. 
W. Gloucester, "Kentmere." 
w.r.^Brookline, 65 Toxteth st. 
b.a. Boston, 55 Commercial st. ; Whole- 
sale Grocers. 

Friend, Miss Evelyn L, 



W. Gloucester. 



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International Trust 
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MILK, DEVONSHIRE AND ARCH STREETS 
BOSTON, MASS. 

ITS NEW AND ATTRACTIVE Banking Rooms furnish unexcelled accommodations 
and facilities for all departments of its business. 

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS for Ladies' accounts. 

INTEREST ALLOWED on deposits subject to check. 

ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR and Trustee for the care and manage- 
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ITS CAPITAL SURPLUS (earned) Undivided Profits, and Stockholders' liability 
aggregating over $6,000,000.00 is a guarantee of absolute safety. 

NEW SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 

with latest impi ovenients and safeguards. 

Attractive Reading, Writing and Waiting Rooms. Exclusive 
Accommodations for Ladies 

Safes requiring THREE KEYS for protection of 
securities of Treasurers, Trustees, Executors, etc. 

John M. Gkaham, Pres. Frederick Ayer, V. Pres. John Hogg, V. Pres. 
Henrt L. Jewett, Secretary B. Farnham Smith, Ass't Sec'y 



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Friend, Osborn P. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Gloucester, 21^2 Church st. 

Hawks, Edw. Allerton. 

With Mrs. E. C. Hawks (nephew), 
w.r. Detroit, Mich., 999 Jefferson ave. 

Hawks, Mrs. E. C. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Wingaersheek 
Beach, Hawkesworth Hall. 

w. r. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Neice : Marion, 15 yrs.; Nephew: 
James R., 18 yrs. 

Hawks, Hester. 

With Mrs. E. C. Hawks (daughter). 

Hawks, Mr. and Mrs. James D. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Detroit, Mich., 999 Jefferson ave. 
Pres. and Gen. man. Detroit and Mack- 
inac Ry. 

Hodgman, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Somerville, 71 Adams st. 

b.a. 550 Somerville ave. 

Ketcham, Miss Clara E. 

W. Gloucester. Comfort. 

w.r. Brooklyn, N. Y., Green ave. 

Lay, Mrs. L. A. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Somerville, 124 Boston ave. 

Lee, Mrs. Frank K. 
W. Gloucester. 
w.r. Beverly Farms. 

Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur S. 

W. Gloucester, "Fernwood." 

w.r. Winchester. 

b.a. X. E. Agt. U. S. Steel Co. 

Low, Mr. and Mrs. David W. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Fernwood. 
w. r. Gloucester, 7 Stanwood ave. 
b. a. 96-98 Main st.; Treas. Gas Light 
Co., also Real sstate. 

Lux, Mrs. Geo. L. 

W. Gloucester, "Fernwood." 
w.r. Hartford ,Conn., 114 Wethers- 
field ave. 



McCulloch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff ' ' Winniahdin. ' ' 

w. r. Gloucester, 26 Dale st. 

b. a. 133 Main st. ; Harness mfr. 

Mellyn, Miss Mary C. 

W. Gloucester, River View, 
w.r. Roxbury, 11 May Fair st. 
School supervisor. 

Merchant, Mr. and Mrs. Epps W. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff". 

w. r. Gloucester, 34 Pleasant st. 

Mgr. box dept., Geo. Perkins & Son. 

Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Christen. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff Western ave., 
Atlantic Highlands. 

w. r. Gloucester, 307 Main st. 

b. a. Rear 309 Main st. ; Duck preser- 
ver. 

Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Stanwood 

Point, 
w. r. W. Gloucester, 21 Vincent st.; 

Supt. 

Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. 
W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Fernwood. 
w. r. E. Gloucester. 
Clothing. 

Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Fernwood. 
w. r. Gloucester, 26 Church st. 
b. a. 81 Main st.; W. F. Parsons & 
Bros. 

Parsons, Sidney. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff. 

w. r. Gloucester. 

Station Agt., W. Gloucester. 

Pattillo, Guy. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff. 

w. r. Gloucester, 337 Main st. 

b. a. 122 Main St.; Clerk. 

Pattillo, Mr. and Mrs. A. Manton. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff. 
w. r. Gloucester, 79 Prospect st. 
b. a. 67 Middle st.; Carpets and ftxrni- 
ture. 

Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Gloucester, 279 Washington st. 
b.a. 88 Commercial st.; Cumninghan 
& Thompson, fish. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. 

W. Gknicester. 

w.r. Gloucester, lOU Prospect st. 
b.a. 88 Commercial St.; Cunningham 
& Thompson, fish. 

Pearson, Miss. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Gloucester, Church st. 

Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

W. Gloucester, FernclifT. 

w. r. Gloucester, 33 Pleasant st. 

b. a. 191^ Main st.; Vice Pres. of First 

National Bank also of Geo. H. 

Perkins & Sons. 

Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

W. Gloucester, Oak Grove Cottage, 
w.r. Gloucester, .3 Mason st. 
b.a. Perkins Wharf; Fish. 

Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. 

W.Gloucester, Ferncliff, Western ave. 

Atlantic Highlands, 
w. r. Cambridge, 12 Fayette st. 
b. a. Boston, 145 High st. ; Electro- 

typer. 

Rogers, Mr. Geo. D. 

W. Gloucester. "Fernwood." 
w.r. Gloucester, 109 Prospect st. 
b.a. Boston, 126 State st. 

Rogers, Mrs. S. 

W. Gloucester. 
■ w.r. Gloucester, 109 Prospect st. 

Ropes, Mr. and Mrs. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Boston. 

Musician and Cigar Mfg. 

Rowe, Miss Carrie F. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, "Winniah- 

din." 
w. r. Gloucester. 

Rust, Miss Abbie. 

With Mrs. M. A. Rust. 

Rust, Mr. and Mrs. Herman. 

W. Gloucester, 

w.r. Gloucester, Church st. 

Rust, Mrs. M. A. 

W. Gloucester, "Fernwood." 
w.r. Gloucester, 19 Chestnut st. 



Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. 

W. Gloucester, Winniahdin. 
w.r. Brookline, 342 Tappan st. 
b.a. Boston, 214 Boylston st. ; Vocal 
teacher. 

Saul, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 

W. Gloucester, "Shute Cottage." 
w. r. Cambridge, 19 Highland ave. 
b. a. Boston, 90 Chauncey st.; Tailor's 
trimmings. 

Scales, James. 

W. Gloucester, Winniahdin. 
w.r. Maiden, 10 Evelyn place. 

Shaw. Barbara. 

With Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaw. 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 

W. Gloucester, Stanwood Point. 

w.r. Cambridge, 1740 Massachusetts 

ave. 
b.a. Boston,"28^0tis and 81 Causeway 

sts.; Pres.' A. B. & E. L. Shaw Co., 

furniture. 

Shaw, Laurence. 

With Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaw. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff. 
w. r. Gloucester. 

Somes, Mr. and Mrs. David A. 

W. Gloucester, "Fernwood." 
w. r. Winchester, 24 Cabot st. 
b. a. Boston, 55 Commercial st.; 

Wholesale Grocers. 
Children: Esther S., 16 yrs.; Clara P., 

11 yrs. 

Steel, Mr. and Mrs.^i James S. 

W. Gloucester, "May wood." 
w.r. ^Gloucester, 65 Western ave. 
b.a. 201.Main st. ; H. & J. S. Steel. 

Stickney, Mrs. A. F. 

W. Gloucester. Rock Top Cottage, 
w.r. Gloucester, 6 Prospect sq. 

Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

W. Gloucester, "Fernwood." 
w.r. Gloucester, 19 Chestnut st. 
b.a. 127 Main st. ; Furniture. 



WEST GLOUCESTER 



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Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Fernwood. 
w. r. Gloucester, 86 Washington st. 
b. a. 25 Fort Square House; Sec'y- 

Thompson, Mrs. Annie C. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff "Winniah- 

din." 
w. r. Gloucester, 32 Beacon st. 

Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, Fernwood. 
w. r. Gloucester, 26 Washington sq. 



Wasgatt, H. P. 

W. Gloucester. 

w.r. Everett, 180 Hancock st. 
b.a. Boston, 846 Lincoln st., foot of 
Bartlett; Andrews & Co., Shoe mfgrs 

Weber, Miss Annie E. 

W. Gloucester, The Pines, 
w.r. Philadeli)hia . 

Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. 

W. Gloucester, Ferncliff, "Winniah- 

din." 
w. r. Gloucester, 3 Forrest st.; P. O. 

Carrier. 



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232 Essex St, Salem, Massachusetts 

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OCEANSIDE HOTEL, - MAGNOLIA, MASS. 

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EAST GLOUCESTER AND 
EASTERN POINT. 



Part of Gloucester; Electric cars run to Gloucester every 30 
minutes ; can also be reached by ferry touching at Rocky Point 
every twenty minutes. Motor cars connect from the hotels with 
the train at Bass Rocks station. 



HOTELS: The Ocean View, Hawthorne Church, Giles Chapel. 

Inn, Fairview Cottage, Delphine, The PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS- Har 
Harbor View, The New Rockaway. bor View Hotel, Anna V. Doyle, Haw- 

thorne Inn, Jos. Parsons, Mailman House 
CHURCHES: Chapel St. Baptist, M.E. MAILS: Three mails daily by city carrier. 



Andrew, Prof. A. P. 

Eastern Point, Red Roof. 

w. r. Cambridge, lo Russell Hall. 

b. a. Harvard University; Professor. 

Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. George E. 

Eastern Point, Light House. 
Keeper light house. 

Beaux, Miss Cecilia. 

Eastern Point. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. C. 

Eastern Point. 

w.r. Brookline, 19 Regent Circle, 
b.a. Boston, 71 Tremont st. ; Treas. 
S. S. Pierce Co. 

Brown, Miss E. L. 

Eastern Point., 
w.r. Brookline. 

Brown, Mr. Laurence A. 

Eastern Point. 

w.r. Brookline 19 Regent Circle, 
b.a. Boston, 294 Washington st.; 
Lawyer. 

Burchard, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Boston, 45 Bay State Road. 

Calkins, Grosvenor. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Newton, 22 Bellevue st. 

b. a. Boston, 53 State st. ; Lawyer. 



Calkins, Miss Mary W. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Newton, 22 Bellevue st. 

Professor at Wellesley College. 

Calkins, Mr. and Mrs. Wolcott. 

Eastern Point, Wonson Flat Roof, 
w. r. Newton, 22 Bellevue st.; Clergy- 
man. 

Clay, Mr. and Mrs. John. 

Eastern Point, " Finisterre." 

w. r. Chicago, 111., 4030 Lake ave. 

b.a. 663 The Rookery; John Clay & Co. 

Clous, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. J. Walker. 

East Gloucester. 

w. r. West Point, The Beachcroft. 

b. a. Century Club. 

Commann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. 

Eastern Point, 
w. r. New York. 

Crosby, Miss Grace H. 

Eastern Point, 286 Main st., Merrill 

Hall. 
Prop. Merrill Hall. 

Curtis, Mrs. Anne A. 

Eastern Point. W'indover. 
w.r. New York. 

Davidge, Mrs. W. H. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. New York City, 157 E. 37th st. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Day, T. E. 

Eastern Point, Niles Beach. 
Prop. Niles Beach. 

French, Mrs. J. J. 

Eastern Point, Clover Hill Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 200 Commonwealth ave. 

French, Philip. 

With Mrs. J. J. French. 

Gorton, Miss Anthy M, 

With Mr. and Mrs. X. L. Gorton. 
Gorton, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. 

Eastern Point, "The Surges." 

Greenough, Mr. and Mrs. John. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. New York, 38 E. 63rd st. 
Retired. 

Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Boston, Beacon st.. The Tudor, 
b. a. 45 Milk st.; Gen'l agent Mutual 
Benefit Life Ins. Co., of N. J. 

Hasten, Miss C. H. 

With Mrs. C. B. Howard. 
Howard, Mrs. C. B. 

Eastern '^Point, Carpenter Cottage 

Annex, 
w.r. Cambridge, 5 Buckingham place. 

Howard, Miss M. W. 

With Mrs. C. B. Howard. 

Jarvis, Mrs. 

Eastern Point. 

w.r. New York, 17th st. 

Jarvis, Miss Johanna. 

With Mrs. Jarvis. 
Johnson, Miss Anna May. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schurmann 

Kay, Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Brookline, 155 Gardner Road. 

b. a. Boston, 4 Park st. ; Publisher. 

Kay, James Murray, Jr. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Kay. 
Kay, Mrs. Mary Murray. 

With Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Kay. 



Kay, The Misses. 

With .Mr. and Mrs. j. Murray Kay. 

Knowles, Dr. and Mrs. J. H 

Eastern Point., Lowestoft. 
w.r. Gloucester, 6 Highland. 

Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 

Eastern Point. 1 > 

w.r./liicago, 111.^4726 Woodlawn ave. 

b.a. Union Stock Yards; Vice pres. 

and Gen. Man. Union Stock ^Yards 

and Transit Co. 

Locke, Wilbur A. 

Gloucester, "Fern wood." 

w. r. Winchester. 

N. E. Agt. U. S. Steel Co. 

Long, Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. 

Eastern Point, David Greenough Cot- 
tage. 

w. r. Brookline, 249 Tappan st. 

b. a. Boston, 126 State st.; Stock 
broker. 

Long, Wm. B. 

Eastern Point, David Greenough Cot- 
tage. 
w. r. Brookline, 249 Tappan st. 
Student. 

Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. 

Eastern Point, E. Main st., The Del- 

phine. 
Prop. The Delphine. 

Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Parker. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Princeton, N. J. 

Miller, Mrs. C. S. 

E. Gloucester, 319 E. Main st. 

Montgomery, Mrs. Clara. 

E. Gloucester, E. Main st., The Mail- 
man. 
Prop. The Mailman. 

Olmstead, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beach. 

Eastern Point, Sunset Cottage. 

w. r. Pomfret, Conn., Pomfret School. 

Osborne, W. F. 

E. Gloucester, The Harbor View. 
Prop. The Harbor View. 

Patch, Miss H. E. 

E. Gloucester, 296 E. Main st. 



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165 



Patch, Mrs. H. W. 

E. ( ilouccstcr, 2q6 R. Main st. 

Patch, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac. 

E. Gloucester, 305 E. Main st. 
w. r. Gloucester, 209 Main st. 
Lawyer. 

Pearson, Miss M. E. 

East Gloucester, Ledge Lane, 
w.r. East Gloucester. 
Metal smith. 

Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Wilder. 

Eastern Point, Russell Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 1396 Beacon st. 
b. a. Boston, 172 Suininer st.; Wood, 
Pollard Co., Wholesale Grocers. 

Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. P. 

Eastern Point, 
w. r. Boston, 877 Beacon st. 
b. a. loi & 113 Causeway st.; Wood, 
Pollard & Co. 

Publicover, W. A. 

E. Gloucester, The Rockaway. 
Prop. The Rockaway. 

Raymond, H. A. 

Eastern Point, "The Ramparts." 
w. r. Cleveland, O., 3826 Euclid ave. 

Raymond, The Misses. 

Eastern Point. 

Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. 

E. Gloucester, "The Ramparts." 
w. r. Cleveland, O., 3826 Euclid ave. 
b. a. Western Reserve Building. 
Ex. of Henry Rouse estate. 

Reid, Brig. Gen. Geo. Crogan. 

Eastern Point, Heathercrest. 

w, r. Washington, D. C, 1729 H. st. ; 

Retired Officer of the U. S. Marine 

Corps. 
Grandson, Conrad Hyatt. 2 yrs. 

Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conrad. 

With Brig-Gen. Geo.X. Reid. (Son.) 



Renton, Miss G. A. 

E. Gloucester, 320 Main st.. The Fair- 
view. 
Mgr. The Fairview. 

Schurmann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. 

E. Gloucester, 272 E. Main st. 
w. r. Indianapolis, Ind. 
b.a. Care Marion Trust Co.; Pres. Barry 
Saw Co. 

Shepard, Miss M. M. 

Eastern Point, 
w.r. New York. 

Siamese Embassy. 

Eastern Point, New Williamson Cot- 
tage. 

Sinkler, Miss Caroline. 

Eastern Point. 

w. r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sleeper, Henry Davis. 

E. Gloucester, "Little Beauport." 
w. r. Boston, 336 Beacon st. 
b. a. 31 Milk st.; Real estate and mort- 
gages. 

Sleeper, Mrs. J. Henry. 

With Henry Davis Sleeper(mother.) 

Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. 

E. Gloucester, "Wawbeek." 
w. r. Brookline, Grapevine road. 
Artist (Boston Art Club.) 
Child: Marjorie P., 7>^ yrs. 

Squibb, Caroline. 

With Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Squibb. 

Squibb, Charles. 

With Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Squibb. 

Squibb, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. 

East Gloucester, Rockmere. 
w.r. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Squibb, George. 

With Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Squibb. 

Stacey, Geo. O. 

E. Gloucester, Hawthorne Inn. 
Prop. Hawthorne Inn. 





^^ Druggists' Prescriptions 
^i, via "Flying Yankee'' 

or * 'Flying Fisherman ' ' 

Special Messengers sent to any train with Prescription Medicines. 
Orders by Telephone, Telegraph or Mail filled and forwarded at once. 

39 TREMONT STREET 

The best place to have Prescriptions accurately prepared from fresli, pure drugs 
of standard (|uality. 

If you are in tlie 

State House, Parker's Tremont Temple 

Court House, Young's King's Chapel 

CITY Hall, Tremont Bldg. Park St. Church 

Subway, Tunnel, Park, Beacon 

Court or School Streets, 

or on voiir wav to either the NORTH or SOUTH UNION STATIONS, you are very 

neartotlie iinist coniiilete stort; of Drugs and Phnrmaccutical Supplies in Boston. 

A drug store for over half a century. 

We have a (;onii)lete line of drugs, medicines, chemicals, acids and essential oils, 
and we shall be pleased to quote close prices for lai-ge quantities. 

We make a specialty of Mail Order Business and give special attention to all 
prescriptions by mail. 

T. MetcsLlf Co. 

Also BRANCH near Trinitv Cliutcli, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Art 

Museum, Public Library, New Old South, First Church, Brunswick, Berkeley, 

Vendomc. Back Bay Station, Copley Sq., .i35 Boylfitou St-, cor. Clarendon 



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167 



Stanwood, Mr. and Mrs. John J. 

Eastern Point, 
w. r. Boston. 

Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 

Eastern Ptnnt. 
w.r. Milton, Mass. 
b.a. Boston, 19 Milk st. 

Stockton, Miss Nina M. 

With Brig-Gen. Geo. C. Reid. (Niece.) 

Thomas, J. B. 

Eastern Point, 
w. r. Lexington. 



b. a. Boston, 45 Milk St.; Treas. East- 
ern Point Co. 

Walker, Miss S. P. 

Eastern Point, 
w.r. New York. 

Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. 

E. Gloucester. 

w. r. Newton Centre. 

Author. 

Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries. 

Eastern Point. 

w.r. Boston. 

b.a. Equitable Bldg. 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS 
THE HARBOR VIEW. 



Pearson, Miss Eleanor W., New York. 
Hazen, Miss Grace, New York. 
Dickinson, Rev. Dr. James T. and family, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
Green, Mrs. Dana, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Babbitt, Miss, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. and family, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Lukens, Mrs. Chas. L., and family, Con- 

shohocken, Pa. 
Thummel, W. F. and family, New York. 
Day, Mrs. David, St. Louis. 
Day, Miss Alice, St. Louis. 
Ewen, Mrs., Milwaukee. 
Schenck, Edwin and family, Baltimore. 
Launt, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. D., Phila. 
Launt, Blooinfield, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Poinier, Mr. and Mrs. J. Woods, Newark. 
Poinier, Miss, Newark. 
Willoughby, Mrs. J. R., Washington, D. C. 



Willoughby, Miss Alice, Washington. 
West, Mrs. Joseph, Baltimore. 
West, Miss Louise, Baltimore, 
Simpson, Mrs. J. H., St. Paul. 
Simpson, Miss M. S., St. Paul. 
Badger, Miss E. C, Annapolis, Md. 
Davis, Miss Helen G., Boston. 
Rich, Mrs. Sarah J., Worcester. 
Rich, The Misses, Worcester. 
Hirsh, Mrs. Adolph, New York. 
Hirsh, Miss AHce, New York. 
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Montreal. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Andrew M., St. Louis. 
Shaughnessy, Miss Kate E., St. Louis. 
McLellan, Mrs. W. J. and family, St. Louis. 
Erben, Mr. and Mrs. Hermann and family, 
Schenectady, N. Y. 

Conover, Mrs. J. S. and family, Schenectady 
Burpee, Wm. P., Boston. 



THE ROCKAWAY. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stacey, Chicago. 
Prof. Benjamin Guckenberger, Boston. 
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cleveland, Springfield. 
Mr. R. J. Cleveland, Springfield. 
Mrs. E. James and Raymond, Springfield. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Burt, Springfield. 



Mrs. James Robertson, Montreal, Can. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brand, Worcester. 

Miss Rosaline Brand, Worcester. 

Miss Belle Hartwell, Boston. 

Miss Alma Deserens, Cincinnati. C). 

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. B. Lowe, Indianapolis. 



Mr. snd Mrs. Harry Webster, Springfield. Judge Chamberlain, Worcester. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



THE DELPHINE. 



( )liver, Miss Emma L. .Boston. 
Chickering, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, Milton. 
Permar, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, Boston. 
Rutter, Mrs. J. F., New York. 
Bouvet, Miss Jeanne, Chicago, 111. 
Bouvet, Miss Margaret, Reading, Pa. 
Knipe, Karl F., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Briggs, Dr and Mrs. F. M., Boston. 
Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. W. M., N. Y. City. 
Grey, Mr. and Mrs. W. S., N. Y. City. 
Rathbun, Mrs. Richard, Washington, D. C. 
Rathbun, Seward Hume, Washington, D.C. 
Hutchins, Mrs. Abel, Jamaica Plain. 
Hutchins, Miss Cora, Jamaica Plain. 
Wheeler, Mrs. J. H., Boston. 
Wheeler, Miss M. H., Boston. 
Atwater, Miss Grace E., Washington, D. C. 



Jackson, Miss Lesley, Washington, D. C. 
Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Nath'l, N. Y. City. 
French, Dr. John Abbott, Flushing, N. Y 
Manley, Mrs. W., New York City. 
Manley, Miss E., New York City. 
Willard, Mrs. Robt., Cambridge, Mass. 
Willard, Miss Theodora, Cambridge. 
Willard, Miss Susanna, Cambridge. 
Shriver, Mrs. S. H., New York City. 
Kirk, Miss M. A., New York City. 
Watson, Dr. and Mrs. Edward, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Duveneck, Frank, Covington, Ky. 
Duveneck, Miss Mary C, Covington, Ky. 
Duveneck, Frank B., Boston. 
Ermentrout, Mrs. Daniel, Reading, Pa. 



THE FAIRVIEW. 



Bradford, Miss M. C, Washington, D. C. 
Beard, Mrs. Edward L., Cambridge. 
Beard, Miss Bessie W., Cambridge. 
Vernon, Mrs. L W., Providence, R. L 
Vernon, Miss Amy, Providence, R. L 
Vernon, Miss Anne, Providence, R. L 
Vernon, Miss Adelaide, Providence, R. L 
Robinson, Miss Susan D., New York. 
McKee, Mr. and Mrs. John H., New York. 
Darling, Miss M. G., Cambridge. 



Ireland, Miss C. I., Cambridge. 
Ireland, Miss Emma, N. Y. City. 
Stevens, Miss Lydia P., Cambridge. 
Kirk, Dr. and Mrs. Harris E., Baltimore. 
Gambrill, Mrs. L. V., Baltimore, Md. 
Gambrill, Miss, Baltimore, Md. 
Wright, Miss E. C, Baltimore, Md. 
Estes, Mrs. L. W. and daughter, Washing- 
ton. D. C. 
Sayles, Mrs. Francis, Indianapolis, Ind. 



BASS ROCKS. 



Bass Rocks is a part of Gloucester. Electrics run to (iloucester 
5 minutes past the hour and every 15 minutes. 

HOTELS: The Thonvald, The Moorland. 3 collections, daily. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE. The Thorwald. DISTANCES: Gloucester, . miles; East 
MAILS: Delivery by carriers; 3 deliveries, Gloucester, 14 ; Rockport. 



Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. 

Bass Rocks, Baldwin Cottage, 
w.r. St. Louis, Mo. 
b.a. Mississippi Valley Trust Co. 
Child: Henry, 3d., 3 yrs. 

Ayer, Dr. and Mrs. Silas H. 

Bass Rocks. 

b. a. Boston, 318 Shawmut ave. 

Physician. 

Children: Nath'l D.,20 yrs.; Silas H.Jr., 

17 yrs.; Carleton S., 15 yrs.; Fred- 

ierc W., 4 yrs. 

Bailey, J. R. 

Bass Rocks, Cottage. 

\v. r. Lawrence, 1001 Essex House. 

Paper dealer. 

Baker, Clifton P. 

Bass Rocks, Frederick Rockwell Cot- 
tage, Nautilus ave. 

w.r. Dedham, 734 High st. 

b.a. Boston, 58 Ames Bldg.; Treas. 
Lawrence mfg. Co. 

Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Ross W. 

Bass Rocks, Nautilus ave. 
w r. Dedham. 

Baker, Sarah B. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave.. Cottage, 
w. r. Lowell. 

Barker, Mrs. M. M. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Lowell, 42 Eleventh st. 

Beals, Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road. 

w. r. Lowell, 84 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 107 Merrimack st. ; Lumber 



Benton, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 

Bass Rocks, 

w.r. Cincinnati, Ohio, Wold ave. 

b.a. 48 Wiggins block; Attorney. 

Brady, Miss Alice. 

Bass Rocks, 

w. r. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Brady, Hester. 

Bass Rocks, 

w. r. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Brady, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 

Bass Rocks, Lufkin Cottage, 
w. r. Wheeling, W. Va. 

Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Dan'l Chauncey 

Bass Rocks, Little (rood Harbor Road, 

" Tanglemoor. " 
w. r. Boston, 41 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 113 Devonshire st. ; Lawyer. 
Children: John W., 4 yrs. and Gene- 

\'ie\-e E., 2 yrs. 

Brewer, Mrs. M. A. 

Bass Rocks, Little Good Harbor Road. 
w. r. Boston, 41 Bay State Road. 

Brown, Mrs. George Wm. 

Bass Rocks, Moorland Cottage. 

w. r. Baltimore, Md., 14 E. Chase st. 

Brune, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. 

Bass Rocks, "Joseph Proctor Cottage." 
w. r. Baltimore, Md., 518 Park ave. 
b. a. 841-853 Calvert building; Brown, 
Marshall, Brune &■ Thomas, lawyers. 

Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., 1711 Pine st. 
b. a. 1310 Land Title building; Pres. 
M. J. Loxley Co. 




Herbert L. Bowden's rebidencc, "Sky Hifjb," at Maililt'liead Neck 




North Shore 

Post Cards 



Headquarters for Post Cards all 
Along the North Shore 



SOMETHING NEW — we have many of the shore resi- 
dences on post cards, 2 for 5. Send us 25 cents and we 
will send you 1 dozen residences. H. C. Frick, E. E. Swift, 
English Embassy, Russian Embassy, Italian Embassy, An- 
drew Carnegie, and others. 

Our store is right on the main road to the North Shore, in 
Salem, at 4 Central, just before you turn into Salem's main 
street. 



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171 



Carter, Mrs. Henry C. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, cor Atlantic 

ave. 
\v. r. New York. 

Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. 

Bass Rucks, C'asa Del Mar, Beach rd. 
w.r. San Antino, Texas. 

Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. St. Louis. Mo. 

Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rutherford. 

Bass Rocks, Redwood. 

\v. r. St. Louis, Mo., Kirkwood. 

b. a. 220 N. 4th st. ; Collins & Chappell. 

Chase, Miss F. I. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., Winder- 
mere, 
w.r. Syracuse, N. Y.,601 W.Genesee 

St. 

Chick, Mr. and Mrs. G. Percival. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. Gloucester, 7 Bellvue ave. 
b.a. 185 Main st.; Real estate. 
Child: Percival, 12 yrs. 

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. John T. 

Bass Rocks, Conant Cottage, 
w. r. Dedham, 90 River place, 
b. a. 9 Park square; Fire proofing. 

Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Bass Rocks, Redwood, 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 3811 Westminster 
place. 

b a. 220 N. 4th st. ; Collins & Chappell. 

Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave.. Cooper 

Cottage, 
w. r. Mt. Vernon, O. 
Children: Irene, 17 yrs.; Louise, 1") 

yrs.; Charles G., Jr., yrs. 

Correy, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 

Bass Rocks, Souther Cottage, Bass 

Rocks Point. 
w.r. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. 

Bass Rocks, Bass Rocks Road. 

w. r. Brooklyn, N. Y., 138 Henry st. 

b. a. New York, 79 Fifth ave.; Woolen 

mftrr. 



Children: Stanley M , 17 yrs.; Arthur 
J., 11 yrs. 

Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., Cottage A. 
w. r. Springfield, Mass. 

Day, Miss Nellie. 

With Mrs. Xorman Day. 

Day, Mrs. Norman. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 
w.r. Baltimore, Md. 

Dearborn, Miss Elizabeth K. 

Bass Rocks, Page st. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Marlboro st. 

Dearborn, John. 

Bass Rocks, Page st. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 50 Congress st. ; Investments. 

Dearborn, Mr. and Mrs. John Langdon 

Bass Rocks, Page st. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Marlboro st. 

Dearborn, Samuel S. 

Bass Rocks, Page st. 

w. r. Boston, 411 Marlboro st. 

Denning, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. 

Bass Rocks, Wyoming Cottage, 
w. r. Jacksonville, Florida. 

Develin, Mr. and Mrs. James A. 

Bass Rocks, Hall Cottage, Bass Rocks 

road. 
w.r. Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa. 
b.a. Philadelphia, 4246 Powelton ave. 

Dodge, Mrs. F. B. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave.,- "Under- 

the-CHff." 
w. r. Toledo, O., 2104 Scottswood ave. 

Dodge, Georgiana W. 

Bass Rocks, Jarvie Cottage. 

w. r. Toledo, O., 2104 Scottswood ave. 

Dow, Capt. and Mrs. John C. 

Bass Rocks, "Anchor Lodge." 

w. r. Brooklyn, N.Y., 974 Madison ave. 



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Dupee, Caroline K. 

Bass Rocks, Wood Cottage, 
w. r. Si. Louis, Mo. 

Dupee, Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. 

Bass Rocks, Wood Cottage, 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo. 

Dupee, James A. 

Bass Rocks, Newell Cottage, 
w. r. Dorchester, 12 Monadnock st. 
b. a. Boston 49 Federal st. ; Asst. 
Rec. Teller Eliot National Bank. 

Duprey, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. 

Bass Rocks, Baldwin Cottage, 
w.r. Worcester, 16 Marie ave. 
b.a. 522 Slater Bldg. ; Real estate. 

Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., Cottage B. 
w.r. Lawrence, 67 Saunders st. 
b.a. 301 Essex st.; Lawyer, (Eaton & 
Chandler.) 

Eliot, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. 

Bass Rocks, near Grape Vine Cove, 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 5468 Maple ave. 
b. a. 319 N. 4th st. ; Stewart, Eliot, 
Chaplin & Blayney. 

Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward. 

Bass Rocks, Nautilus ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 173 Davis ave. 

Ellis, The Misses. 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. Brookline, 173 Davis ave. 

Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road. 
w.r. Clinton, Iowa. 

Endicott, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. 
Bass Rocks, Large Hall Cottage, 
w. r. Chelsea, 17 Lafayette ave. 
b. a. Boston, 30 West st.; Gen'l Agent 
Universalist Pub. House. 

Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Grieve. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road cor. Atlantic 

ave. 
w. r. Boston, 90 St. Mary st. 
b. a. 199 Washington st. ; Lawyer & 

referee in bankruptcy. 

Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F 

Bass Rocks, "Coahoma." 
w. r. Memphis, Tenn., 502 Linden st. 
b. a. 56 S. Front st. ; Pres. Farnsworth, 
Evans Co. 



Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. 

Ba.ss Rocks, Xautilus road. 
w.r. Memphis, Tcnn. 



Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 

Bass Rocks, Chickering Cottage. 

w. r. Newton Centre, Mass., 148 Sum- 
mer St. 

b. a. Boston, 157 Federal st.; Commis- 
sion merchant. 

Flood, Mr. Frederick A. 

Bass Rocks, Stacey Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 62 Toxteth st. 

Flood, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. 

Bass Rocks, Sargent Cottage, 
w. r. Boston. 

Forwood, Mrs. W. H. 

Bass Rocks, Black ave. 

w.r. Cincinnati, O., 3674 Clifton ave. 

Foss, Arthur D. 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. Jamaica Plain, 31 Robeson st. 

b. a. Boston, 120 Tremont st. 

Foster, Rev. and Mrs. J. McG. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road, 
w.r. Boston, 44 S. Russell st. 
b.a. St. Stephen cor. Gainsborough .st. ; 
Rector Church of the Messiah. 

Foster, Miss Catharine, 

With Rev. and Mrs. J. McG. Foster. 

Foster, Duncan. 

With Rev. and Mrs. J. McG. Foster. 

Freund, Mrs. C. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., "Singleton" 

Cottage, 
w.r. Cambridge, 3 Mercer circle. 

Freund, Mr. Sanford. 

With Mrs. C. Freund. 

b.a. Boston, 60 State st. ; Lawyer. 

Freund, Miss C. E. 

With Mrs. C. Freund. 

Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 

Bass Rocks, Beach road, 
w.r. New York. 



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Gordon, Mr, and Mrs. Lindell. 

Bass Rocks, Chickering Cottage. 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 3913 Westminster 

place. 
h. a. 112 W. Sth st. ; Real estate. 

Greene, Dr. and Mrs. James R. 

Bass Rocks, Cottage I. 
w. r. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Hart, Mrs. Mathew. 

Bass Rocks, Brown Boulder, Bass 

Rocks Point, 
w.r. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hart, Miss Mary T. 

With Mrs. Mathew Hart. 
Hart, Mr. Edward A. 

With Mrs. Mathew Hart. 

Hopkins, Miss Mary. 

Bass Rocks, Montgomery Cottage, 

Beach ave. 
w.r. Evanston, 111., 599 W. Monroe st. 

Howe, Dr. Octavius T. 

Bass Rocks Souther road, 
w.r. Lawrence, 155 Haverhill st. 
b.a. 609 Bay State Bldg. ; Physician, 
also Pres. Archibald Wheel Co. 

Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. R. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road, 
w.r. Andover, Mass. 

Inman, Mrs. A. H. 

Bass Rocks, "Overledge" Cottage, 

Atlantic ave. 
w.r. Worcester, 21 Germain st. 
b.a. Church st. ; Pratt & Inman. 

Jackman, Mrs. Lucy A. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., The Thor- 

wald. 
Prop. The Thorwald. 

Jarvie, Miss A. F. G. 

Bass Rocks, Craigmoor. 

w.r. Brooklyn, N.Y., 159 Joralemon st. 

Jarvie, Dr. and Mrs. William. 

Bass Rocks, Craigmoor. 

w. r Brooklyn, N. Y., 159 Joralemon 

St. 

b. a. 105 Clinton st. ; Dentist. 
Grandchild: Winifred Nina Jarvie 
Fletcher, 5 yrs. 



Johnston, Mrs. W. P. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave.. Baker Cot- 
tage, 
w. r. Wilmington, Del. 

Joy, Mr. and Mrs. James. 

Bass Rocks, Altantic ave., "The Thor- 
wald . ' ' 
w. r. Detroit, Mich., 50 Kirby ave. W. 
b. a. 510 Penobscot building. 

Keating, Mrs. 

Bass Rocks, 

w.r. Chattanooga, Tenn., 606 Duncan 
ave. 

Kennedy, Miss Jessie B. 

Bass Rocks, Windermere Cottage, 
w. r. Syracuse, N. Y.,601 W. Genesee 

St. 

Kenyon, Miss Mary R. 

Bass Rocks, Page st. 

w. r. Salem, 12 Pickman st. 

Kimball, Edward P. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. Maiden, 88 Summer st. 
b.a. 46 Pleasant st. ; Cashier First Nat. 
Bank. 

Kimball, The Misses. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Kimball. 

Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road, 
w.r. Lawrence, 95 Summer st. 
Probation Officer, Superior Court. 

King, The Misses. 

Bass Rocks, Farmer Cottage, Beach 

road and Atlantic ave. 
w.r. Xenia, Ohio, "Kingdom." 

Lane, Mrs. J. C. 

Bass Rocks, Plimpton Cottage, 
w. r. Norwood, 296 Walpole. 

Luce, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 

Bass Rocks, Bryan Neck. 

w. r. Gloucester, 17 Chestnut st. 

b. a. 7 Elm st. ; Furniture. 

Madill, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. 

Bass Rocks, "Taft Cottage." 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 4471 Washington 

boulevard. 
Machinery. 




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Maxwell, Miss. 

Bass Rocks, .Mendall's Cottage. 
\v. r. Xew York City. 

McDuffie, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road, 
w.r. Lawrence, 81 Summer st. 
b.a. Boston, 34 Milk st.; Treas. Everett 
Mills. 

McGucken, Miss Emily, 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. New York City, 307 W. 76th st. 

McHouse, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road. 

w.r. West Orange, X. J., Hutton Park. 

b.a. New York, 165 Broadway. 

McKey, Miss Alice S. 

Bass Rocks, 
w. r. Brookline. 

McKey, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, Worcester 

Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline, 22 Stearns Road. 

Mendell, Mrs. Ellis. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Brookline, The Coolidge. 

Mendell, Mr. and Mrs. Seth. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Roxbury, 25 Hartford st. 
b. a. 201 Columbus ave.; Pres. Perry, 
Mason corp. 

Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. New Rochelle, N. Y., 22 Linden pi. 

b.a. New York; Artist. 

Moorey, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. 

Bass Rocks, Beach ave. 
w.r. Bass Rocks. 

Montgomery, Mrs. H. M. 

Bass Rocks, Worcester Cottage, Beach 

road, 
w.r. Evanston, 111. 
b.a. 205 Lasalle 

Neall, Mr. and Mrs. George M. 

Bass Rocks, Souther estate, "Cottage 

O." 
w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., Hamilton 

Court, 
b. a. 20 Strawberry st. ; Yarns. 



Newell, Miss Frances E. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, cor. Nautilus, 
w. r. Brookline, 189 Walnut st. 

Newell, Mr. and Mrs. James W. 

Bass Rocks, Nautilus cor. Beach Road. 
w. r. Brookline, 189 Walnut st. 
Iron. 

Newell, Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

Bass Rocks, Nautilus Road. 
w. r. Brookline, 189 Walnut st. 

Newton, Rev. and Mrs. D. A. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Winchester, 130 Main st. 

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. 

Bass Rocks, "Felsensprung." 
w. r. Detroit, Mich., 1691 Jefferson ave. 
b. a. 607-619 24th st. ; Chairman Par- 
ker Est. Co., Ltd. 

Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot G. 

Bass Rocks, Beach road. 

w.r. Germantown, Pa., 230 N. Tul- 

pehocken st. 
b.a. Philadelphia, Commonwealth 

Bldg., Chestnut st. 
Children: John T., 11 yrs ; Wilmot G., 

Jr., 6 yrs. 

Pitts, Thomas. 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. Detroit, Mich., 1691 Jefferson ave. 

Plimpton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Norwood. 

Bookbinder, H. M. Plimpton & Co. 

Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. 

Bass Rocks, "South Gate," Atlantic 

Road, 
w. r. Media, Del. 

Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Overbrook, Pa. 

2nd vice pres. Pennsylvania R. R. 

Rainer, Mr. andMrs. G. D., Jr. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. Memphis, Tenn., 1470 Munroe ave. 

b.a. 503 Tenn. Trust Bldg. ; Insurance. 



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Ratanaqapti, Mr. and Mrs. Phra. 

Hass Rticks, Mrs. Henry "Souther 
Cottage." 

\v. r. Washington, D. C, Siamese Lega- 
tion. 

Siamese Minister. 

Raymond, John W. 

Bass Rocks, Tlie Grand View. 
Prop. The Grand View. 

Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William G. 

Bass Rocks, Nautilus Road. 

w. r. Memphis, Tenn., 238 Driver st. 

b. a. 56 S. Front st. ; Cotton buyer. 

Reesor, Mrs. Waller G. 

Bass Rocks, Beach ave. 
w.r. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Remick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 

Bass Rocks, Souther road, 
w.r. Detroit, Mich., 595 Jefferson ave. 
b.a. 68-70 Farrar st.; J. H. Remick & 
Co., music publishers. 

Robertson, Carrol. 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. New York, 401 W. End ave. 

Robertson, Mrs. Fannie P. 

Bass Rocks. 

w. r. New York, 401 W. End ave. 

Rotan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward. 

Bass Rocks, Grape Vine Cove, 
w. r. Waco, Texas. 

Rotan, George U. 

Bass Rocks, Grape Vine Cove, 
w. r. Waco, Texas. 

Rotan, Katherine L. 

Bass Rocks, Grape Vine Cove, 
w. r. Waco, Texas. 

Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. 

Bass Rocks, Harbor Road, 
w. r. Cincinnati, O., 2373 Madison 
Road. 

b. a. 401 Carlisle building. 

Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop. 

Bass Rocks, Bass Rocks Road, 
w. r. Haverford, Pa. 
Children: Winthrop, Jr., 20 yrs. ; S. Wor- 
cester, 19 yrs.; Gorham P., 17 yrs.; 
Fitzwilliam, 15 yrs. 



Scott, Miss Alice. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott, Jr. 

Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Chas., Jr. 

Bass Rocks, "Tragibigzanda." 
w. r. Overbrook, Pa. 

Scott, Miss Letitia. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott, Jr. 

Selden, George L. 

Bass Rocks. .^ 

w.r. Lawrence. 

Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Murray. 

Bass Rocks, " Brightside." 

w. r. Cincinnati, O., 1 Dexter pk. 

b. a. 3055 Colerain ave.; vice pres.& 

sec'v The Lodge & Shipley Machine 

Tool Co. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road. 

w. r. Brookline, 28 Babcock st. 

b. a. Boston, 68 Essex st. 

Smith, Prof, and Mrs. Clement L. 

Bass Rocks, near Grape Vine Cove, 
w. r. Cambridge, Sparks st. 
Prof. Harvard University. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herndon. 

Bass Rocks, Proctor Cottage. 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 5035 Westminster 
place. 

b. a. 412 Olive st. ; Sec'y A. G. Ed- 
wards & Sons Brokerage Co. 

Smith, Kingsland. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, Way Cot- 
tage, 
w. r. Lakewood, N. J, 

Smithwick, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. 

Bass Rocks. 

w.r. Memphis, Tenn., 502 Linden ave. 

b.a. 122-124 S. Front st. ; Cotton. 

Souther, Mr. and Mrs, Henry. 

Bass Rocks, Sherman Cottage, 
w. r. Hartford, Conn., N. Beacon st. 
b. a. 440 Capitol ave. ; Pres. H. Souther 
Engineering Co. 

Southgate, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., "Meer- 

heim." 
w. r. Auburndale, 89 Grove st. 



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Spalding, Mrs. J. C. 

Bass Rocks. 

w r. Brookline, 4 Bernard Terrace, 

Garrison Road. 

Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, "The 

Mansion." 
w. r. Boston, 58 Selkirk Road, 
b. a. 730 Tremont building ; Lawj^er & 

asst. corp. counsel. 

Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic a\'e. 
w.r. Elizabeth, N. J. 

Stinson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. 

Bass Rocks, "Rockwell Cottage." 
w.r. Germantown,Pa., 322 Manheim st. 
b. a. Philadelphia, Huntingdon cor. 
N. Fairhill; Stinson Bros. 

Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. Granville M 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Worcester, 2 Wyman st. 

b.a. 09 Franklin st. 

Stoddard, Miss L. M. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 
w. r. Worcester, 2 Wyman st. 

Sturges, Miss Kate B. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, 
w. r. Hartford, Conn. 

Sutphin, Dudley V. 

Bass Rocks, Dr. Thomas Conant's 
Cottage, Beach ave. 

w.r. Cincinnati, O., 2915 Vernon place 
Mt. Auburn. 

b.a. 1410-1411 Traction Bldg. ; Attor- 
ney at Law. 

Swindell, Mrs. George E. 

Bass Rocks, Bailey Cottage, 
w.r. Baltimore, Md. 

Swindell, The Misses. 

With Mrs. Geo. E. Swindell. 

Taft, Dr. and Mrs. Ezra F. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 

w. r. Cambridge, 32 Avon Hill. 

b. a. 1306 Massachusetts ave. ; Dentist. 

Taylor, Dr. Van Derverier. 

Bass Rocks, Beach Road, "Elson 

Cottage." 
w. r. Cincinnati, O. 



Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Bass Rocks, Sander a\e. 

w.r. Yonkers, N. Y., 165 Hudson 

terrace, 
b.a. X. Y., 299 Broadway; Lawyer. 

Thompson, Mrs. R. H. 

Bass Rocks, Singleton Cottage, 
w. r. Boston, Ivy st. 

Thorp, Mrs. M. P. 

Bass Rocks, Selden Cottage, 
w.r. Minneapolis, Minn., 1106 Mt. 
Curfew ave. 

Trevor, Mr. and Mrs. John B. 

Bass Rocks, Beach road. 

w.r. Cincinnati, O., 2209 Auburn ave. 

Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 

Bass Rocks, Proctor Cottage, 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 67 Vandeventer st. 
b. a. 401 S. 7th st. ; Director Samuel 
Cripple's Woodenware Co. 

Ware, Mrs. A. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic road, 
w.r. Clinton, Iowa. 

Way, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 

Bass Rocks, Way Cottage, Bass Rocks 

Point, 
w.r. Brookline, 73 Longwood ave. 
b.a. 830 Washington st.; Real estate. 

Weems, Rev. and Mrs. James C. 

Bass Rocks, "James Perkins Cottage." 
w. r. Atlantic City. 

Weston, Miss Delight. 

Bass Rocks, Newton Cottage, 
w. r. Da3rton, O. 

Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., Newton 

Cottage, 
w. r. Dayton, O. 

Wier, Mr. and Mrs. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave. 
w.r. Lowell. 

Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John S. 

Bass Rocks, Souther estate, "Cottage 

P." 
w. r. Baltimore, Md. 





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Withrow, Rev. John L. 

Bass Rocks, Atlantic ave., "The Thor- 

wald." 
w. r. Boston, 1569 Beacon st. 
Pastor Emeritus of Park st. Church. 



Wurts-Dundas. 

Bass Rocks, Souther road. 

w.r. New York, 519 West End ave. 

Yachtman, Mr. J. 

Bass Rocks, .Vtkintic road. 
w.r. Providence, R. I. 



GUESTS FOR THE SEASON AT THE HOTELS. 

MOORLAND HOTEL. 



Jamieson, Mrs. T. N., Chicago, Ilk 

Jamieson, Miss Helen, Chicago, 111. 

Carpenter, Gen. L. H., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carpenter, Miss Mary, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brown, Dr. and Mrs. Thos. A., Baltimore. 

Bovey, Mrs. Wm. H., and family Minnea- 
polis, Minn. 

Day, Mrs. Norman, Baltimore, Md. 

Day, Miss, Baltimore, Md. 

Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., N. Y. City. 

Taylor, Miss Elizabeth, N. Y. City. 

Taylor, Miss Dorothy, N. Y. City. 

Dietz, Mrs. W. G., Hazelton, Pa. 

Dietz, Miss Miriam, Hazelton, Pa. 

Dietz, Miss Marjorie, Hazelton, Pa. 

Morris, Mrs. T. W., Hazelton, Pa. 

Heckscher, Mrs. Austin, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Heckscher, The Misses, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. M. Grant, Chest- 
nut Hill, Mass. 

Edmonds, The Misses, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. A. M., Boston. 

Wiley, Mrs. J. H., Boston. 

Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Conway, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Graham, Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Dallas, Texas. 

Flippin, Mrs. W. H., Dallas, Texas. 

Judd, Dr. and Mrs. Aspinwall, New York. 

Banes, Mrs. W. J., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Banes, Mr. C. H., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clark, Dr. Powhatan, St. Louis, Mo. 

Clark, Mrs. Powhatan H., St. Louis, Mo. 

Clark, Master Powhatan H., St. Louis, Mo. 

Appleton, Mrs. R. R., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Appleton, R. R., Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Appleton, The Misses, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E., Lawrence. 

Moore, Mrs. Geo. W., Detroit, Mich. 

Moore, Miss, Detroit, Mich. 

Chesley, Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Porter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W., Chicago, 111. 

Sprague, Mrs. J. A., Chicago, 111. 

Porter, Miss Marion, Chicago, 111. 

Deyo, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E., N. Y. City. 

Deyo, The Misses, New York City. 

Getzendauner, Mrs. E. V., N. Y. City. 

Cochoran, The Misses, N. Y. City. 

Winaus, The Misses, Warwick, N. Y. 

Bradley, Mrs. C. C, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Woodle, Mrs. H. B., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Woodle, Miss, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Grant, Mrs. Alex., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Chance, Dr. and Mrs. Burton, Philadelphia. 

Chance, The Misses, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. J., Jr. and 
family, Rochester, N. Y. 

Bridells, Mrs. H. A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Francis, Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Woonsockett, 
R. I. 

Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. and family, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Pitkin, Mrs. A. J., New York City. 

Pitkin, The Misses, New York City. 

Speers, Mr. and Mrs. R. M., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Speers, The Misses, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Lindsay, Mrs. Jas. E., Baltimore, Md. 

Lindsay, Miss Margaret, Baltimore, Md. 

Newhon, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. and family. 
West Orange, N. J. 



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THORWALD HOTEL. 



Auerbach, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, St. Paul. 

Auerbach, Miss Matilda, St. Paul, Minn. 

Baker, Mr. Peter and family, Worcester. 

Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

Benton, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., South Manches- 
ter, Conn. 

Benton, Miss Mary L., South Manchester. 

Buller, Miss Elizabeth, St. Louis, Mo. 

Burtenshaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Detroit. 

Burr, Mrs. A. D. V. and family, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Bronson, Mrs. A. H., Hartford, Conn. 

Bronson, Miss Marjory, Hartford, Conn. 

Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J., Camden, N.J. 

Cumnock, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Boston. 

Cumnock, Miss Ruth, Boston. 

Cumnock, Miss Agnes, Boston. 



Chase, Miss A. H., Haverhill, Mass. 
Deyo, Miss Grace, New York City. 
Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. C. G., Detroit, Mich, 
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W., Hudson, 

N. Y. 
Fassett, Mr. and Mrs. J. S., Elmira, N. Y. 
Fletcher, Mrs. F. W., Detroit, Mich. 
Hebb, Miss Bertha, Washington, D. C. 
Herman, Mr. and Mrs. J. M., Boston. 
Koshland, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Boston. 
Morrison, Mrs. A., New York. 
Wait, Mrs. E. R., 
Wait, Miss E. S. M., 

Nash, Mr. and Mrs. John F., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Rollins, Mrs. E. R., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Lester, N. Y. City 
Withrow, Rev. John L., Boston. 



ROCKPORT. 



Rockport is a town of 4500 population, has a post office, and a 
railroad station on the Gloucester Branch of the Boston and Maine 
railroad. Electric railway to Gloucester, Pigeon Cove and Lanes- 
ville. Localities, in the town: Pigeon Cove, Ocean View, Stone- 
haven, Lands End. 



HOTELS: Turk's Head Inn, The Granite 
Shore, Straitsmouth Inn, Ocean View, 
Glenacre,The Tavern, The Woods House, 
Sea View Farm, Beach View Cottage. 

CHURCHES: First Congregational, First 
UniversaUst, Episcopal, Methodist Epis- 
copal, Baptist, Catholic, Finnish. 

POSTMASTER : William Parsons. 

SELECTMEN: J. H. Dennis, E. L. Morgan, 
F. C. Todd. 

CHIEF OF POLICE: John Sullivan. 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE : Commercial Cable 
Co., Norwood Ave. near Mt. Pleasant, 
Western Union, B. & M. R. R. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES : American, Newell's 
Rockport & Gloucester, Boston Local. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: Thur- 
ston & Hale, Dock Square; Rockport 
Granite Co., Granite st.; L. E. Smith, 
Main St.; Ella Wilkinson, Marmion Way; 



Straitsmouth Inn, Marmion Way; B. & 
M. Passenger Depot, Railroad Ave.; 
Chas. P. Lane, South st. 



10. oo, 12.30, 4.00, 



MAILS ARRIVE: 8.00, 
6.30. 

MAILS DEPART: 6.45, Q.45. 12.45, 4-45. 

5-30- 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON: Arrive 7.32, 8.48, 

9.42, 10.40, 12.13, 1-58, *2.30, 3.37, 4.38, 

5.43, 6.24, 6.47, 7.45, 8.31, 10.45, 12.40, 
Sundays: 9.33, 11.22, 1.57, 3.32, 5.47, 
7.19, 8.37, 11.02. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.00, 7.02, 
7.35,8.14, 9.09, 10.09, 1109. 12.19, i-o7> 
2.32, *2.5o, 3.55, 4.53, 5.55, 8.44, 9.47- 
Sundays: 7.07, 8.09, 9.55, 1.05, 2.02 
4.22, 6.16, 7.52, 9.22. 

♦Saturdays only. 

DISTANCES: Gloucester, 4 miles; Boston 
35 ; Salem, 19. 



Allen, Mrs. J. H. 

Rockport. 
Cambridge, 5 Gardner st. 

Arey, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w. r. Salem, 4 Church st. 
b. a. Boston; Asst. rec. teller. National 
Bank of Republic. 

Bearse, Chas. A. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w. r. Rockport. 

Supt. Life Saving Station, Gap Cove. 

Bigelow, Florence. 

With Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bigelow. 

Bigelow, Gertrude. 

With Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bigelow. 



Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Natick, Shattuck st. 

Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. 

Rockport, Breezy Gables, 
w. r. Waltham, 123 Adams st.; Finan- 
cial Editor Boston Journal. 

Bragdon, Mrs. H. E. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Dillaway, Jr. 

(daughter), 
w.r. East Boston, 7 Central sq. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 

Rockport, Land's End, "Arcadia." 
w. r. Salem, 23 Summer st. 
b. a. Boston, 153 Congress st.; C. D. 
Brown & Co. 




THE 

BEVERLY NATIONAL BANK 

BEVERLY, MASS. 

Is one of the strongest financial institutions in this 
section and it offers its services to you as a banking 
medium. It conducts a successful banking business 
and extends to the public in addition to its financial 
strength, the long years of experience of its officers, 
directors and employees — combined with up-to-date 
tacilities which make it a wisely chosen depositary 
for your funds. 

ANDREW W. ROGERS, PRESinENT 
ALLEN H. BENNETT, Cashihr 



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Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I. 

Rockport. Edgemerc. 
w. r. Akron, Ohio. 

Burdick, Mrs. Bruce. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Oneida, N. Y. 

Burtnett, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. F. 

Rockport, Camp Hiram, Marmion Way. 

w. r. Somerville, 

b. a. E. Cambridge, 211 Bridge st. 

CamfiU, Miss Catharine H. 

With Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Camfill. 

CamfiU, Miss Mary E. 

With Mr and Mrs. Wm Camfill. 

Camfill, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 

w.r. Jamaica Plain, 384 Arborway. 

Chase, Miss F. Isabelle. 

Rockport, Windermere Cottage, 
w.r. Syracuse, N. Y., 601 Genesee st 

Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Newburyport, 209 High st. 
b. a. Boston, 165Tremont st.; Precious 
stones. 

Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Rockport, Thatcher Cottage. 

Cotter, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w. r. Hyde Park, 24 Perkins ave. 

Cram, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. 

Rockport, Breezy Gables. 

w.r. Newtonville, 25 Highland ave. 

b.a. Boston, 87 Milk st. 

Cram, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. L. 

Rockport, 97 Lowell ave. 

Cutter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Boston, 1381 Commonwealth ave. 

Dillaway, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H., Jr. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 

w. r. E. Boston, 150 Webster st. 

b. a. Boston, 1 78 Commercial st. ; Treas. 

Lincoln-Dillaway Co. 
Child: Harold P., 10 yrs. 



Dillaway, Chas. Warren. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dillaway, Jr., 

(son), 
w.r. Eliot, Mass. 

Dillaway, Ernest. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dillaway, Jr., 

(son), 
w.r. Reading, Prospect st. 

Dillaway, Harry L. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dillaway, Jr. 

(son), 
w.r. Everett, Washington, 2423 Grand 

ave. 

Dillaway, Lillian G. 

With Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dillaway, Jr. 
(daughter). 

Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Francis. 

Rockport, Eden Road. 

w. r. Medford, 24 Pearl st. 

Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 
w. r. Boston. 

Forsyth, Gen. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. 

Rockport, Faer-sith. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Foster, Mrs. E. S. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith, 
(daughter). 

Gage, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Lowell, 142 Riverside st. 
b. a. 64 Central st.; Physician & sur- 
geon. 

Gaunt, Mrs. Thomas. 

Rockport, Sheehan Cottage. 

w.r. New York. 

Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Jason. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Hyde Park. 

Agt. Headlands Rockport property. 

Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w. r. Winchester, Black Horse Terrace. 

Hale, Mrs. Harriet N. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w.r. Rockport. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 
w. r. Jamaica Plain, 388 Arbor Way. 
b. a. Boston, 24 Milk& 166 Devonshire 
sts. ; Pres. tS: Treas. G. W. Harvey Co. 

Hefti, Mr. and Mrs. J. 

Rockport, Allen are. 
w.r. Brookline. 

Hill, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 

Rockport, Mrs. Small's Cottage, 
w. r. Oneida, N. Y. 

Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. 

Rockport, Marmion Way "Ledge- 
mere." 

w. r. Maiden, t,!. Converse ave. 

b. a. Boston, 10 North Station; 4th 
Vice President, B. & M. R. R. 

Hobbs, Frank. 

With Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hobbs. 

Hovey, Mrs. H. Adelaide. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

Humiston, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. 

Rockport. 

w.r. W. Somerville. 
Commercial traveller. 

Johnson, Harold P. 

With Judge Johnson (son). 

Johnson, Judge. 

Rockport, "Headlands." 

w.r. Woburn, 4 Arlington road. 

b.a. Main st. 

Child: Eleanor, 8 yrs. 

Johnson, Kenneth S. 

With Judge Johnson (son). 

Johnson, Miss Maria A. 

With Judge Johnson (sister). 
w.r. Woburn, Warren ave. 

Johnston, Mrs, H. C. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Todd. 

Law, Mrs. Chas. H. 

Rockport, Land's End, Lawriston by 

the Sea. 
w. 1. Cincinnati, O., cor. Clifton & Mc 

Alpin ave. 



Learnard, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 
w. r. Dorchester, 44 Alban st. 
b. a. 185 Devonshire & 48 Arch sts.; 
Treas. 

Leighton, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 

Rockport, Breezy Gables. 

w.r. Newtonville, 17 Proctor st. 

b.a. Boston, 53 State st. 

Liffler, Mr. and Mrs. Chas., Jr. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w.r. Cambridge, Riverbank Court, 
b.a. Boston, 70 Kilby st. 
Child: Elisabeth B., yrs. 

Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. 

Rockport, Chestnut Hill, The Ledges. 

w. r. Newton, 355 Hammond st. 

b. a. Boston, 174 Lincoln st.; Leather. 

Logan, Mrs. John. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Waltham, 32 Vernon st. 

May, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. 

Rockport, South st. 
w. r. Newton Centre. 

May, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 

Rockport, Land's Ends, 
w. r. Newton Centre, Gray Cliff 
Road. 

May, William T. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Wm. May. 

McHenry, Mrs. Estill. 

Rockport, Pleasant st. 

w. r. St. Louis, Mo., 1554 Mississippi 

ave. 

McHenry, Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Rockport, Pleasant st. 
Travel in winter; Druggist. 
Child: Josephine, 

Milton, Campbell. 

Rockjjort, Land's End. Briary Cottage. 
w.r. Philadelphia. 

Moody, E. Prescott. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

Moseley, Miss Helen G. 

With Mr, John G. Moseley. 



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185 



Moseley, John Graham. 

Rockport, "Felsenheim," ' Marmion 

Way. 
w. r. Boston, 555 Columbus ave. 
b. a. 320 State st.; Real Estate. 

Muir, Mr. and Mrs. William E. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Roslindale, iit Metropolitan ave. 

Contractor. 

Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w. r. Cambridge, 33 Kirkland st. 
b. a. 20 Garden st.; Brown & Nichols, 
school for boys. 

Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. 

Rockport, Headlands, 
w.r. Maiden. 

Norris, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 

Rockport, Shore View, 
w.r. Newton Highlands, 
b.a. Boston. 

Orne, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. 

Rockport, Marmion way. 
w.r. W. Somerville. 
b.a. Boston; Builder. 

Parent, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Woonsocket, R. I. 

Perkins, Mrs. H. W. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w. r. Salem, 4 Church st. 

Pevear, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Cambridge, 105 Chestnut st. 

Pew, Col. and Mrs. W. A., Jr. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w. r. Salem, 17 Flint st. 

Col. 8th Regt. M. V. M . also lawyer. 

Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Francis. 

With John G. Moseley. 

w.r. Boston, 120 Newbury st. 

Read, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. 

Rockport, Marmion way. 

w.r. Arlington, 7 Newman way. 

b.a. Boston, 90 Canal st. 



Reynolds, J. F. 

Rockport, Land's End, Paradise Cliff, 
w. r. Boston, 37 Warren ave. 
Artist. 

Richards, Mrs. Amanda J. 

Rockport, The Rocks, 
w. r. Boston. 

Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. 

Rockport, The Rocks. 
w. r. Boston. 

Robbins, Edward D. 

Rockport, Land's End, South st. 
w. r. Wethersfield town. Conn, 
b. a. Hartford, Conn., 739 Main st.; 
Attorney. 

Roberts, Hon. and Mrs. Ernest W. 

Rockport, Land's End, Rocky Rest, 
w. r. Chelsea, 55 Eleanor st. 
b. a. Boston, 660 Sears building; Con- 
gressman. 

Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w.r. Boston, 26 Windermere Road. 

Routledge, Mr. and Mrs. James. 

W^ith Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith. 

Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. George. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w. r. Gloucester. 

Ruggles, Miss Emmeline. 

With Mr. and Mrs. H. Stoddard 
Ruggles (daughter). 

Ruggles, Mr. and Mrs. H. Stoddard. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 
w. r. Wakefield, 24 Charles st. 

Ruston, Mr. and Mrs. John. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Somerville. 

Saville Prof, and Mrs. Marshall H. 

Rockport. 

w. r. New York City, 292 W. 92nd st. 
b. a. W. ii6th St. 

Children: Randolph M., 11 yrs.; 
Winthrop L., 8 yrs. 

Skinner, Rev. and Mrs. Alfred C. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w.r. Hyde Park. 




'(^)iR'steiiniere," lesiileiice of Fred McQiR'st(Mi, on extreme imint ol MarliloliPiKi Xeck 




IRare 

Mawtborne 

Hutograpbs 



Autograph of Hawthorne on an original Custom 
House receipt issued at the Salem Custom House, 
110.00. 

Leaf from Autograph Album containing full page in 
his handwriting and signature, $25.00. 

Copy of original edition of Gentle Boy, whole except 
cover, ISO. 00. 

Address A. W. D., Box 216, Salem, Mass. 



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Small, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. 

Rockport, Land's End, "Shore Acres." 
w. r. Maiden, 42 Crescent ave. 
b. a. 580 Eastern ave.; Pres. & Supt. 
Franklm Rubber Co. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Francis. 

Rockport, Seacroft. 
w.r. San Antonio, Texas, 
b.a. Laurel Heights. 

Sprout, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Brookline, 86 Addington road. 

b.a. Boston; Lawyer. 

Streeker, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 

Rockport, Land's End. 

w.r. Brookline, 127 Thordnike. 

Stretton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence 

Rockport, Seaver st. 
w. r. Stoughton. 

Swinerton, Allen. 

Rockport. 

w. r. (3neida, N. Y. 

Swinerton, Rev. and Mrs. George B. 

Rockport, 

w. r. Oneida, N. Y. 

Clergyman. 

Tenny, Mrs. Chas. 

Rockport, Seaver st.. Twin Lights, 
w. r. Stoughton. 

Thacher, The Misses. 
Rockport. 
w.r. Roxbury, 69 Allegheny st. 

Thatcher, Miss Caroline B. 

Rockport, South st. 

Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. 

Rockport, Marmion Way. 

w. r. Melrose Highland, 51 Walton pk. 

b. a. Boston, 18 Tremont st., 617 

Kimball Bldg.; Lawyer. 
Children: Edith A., 10 yrs.; Alberta, 

5 yrs. 



Upham, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. 

Rockport, Pleasant st. 
w. r. Stoughton. 

Warren, Dr. Edward W. 

Rockport, Land's End, "Foamy 

Ledge." 
w. r. Boston, 288 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 288 Marlboro st.; Physician. 

Waterman, L. J. 

Rockport. 

w.r. New York, 46 East 68th st. 

Whitman, James A. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Chesnut Hill, 352 Hammond st. 

b. a. Boston, 54 Devonshire st. 

Whitman, Miss E. E. 

Rockport. 

w. r. Chestnut Hill, 352 Hammond st. 

Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w.r. Maiden, 3 Elsie st. 
b.a. R. R. Mail Service. 

Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. 

Rockport, Land's End. 
w.r. Maiden, Upham st. 
b.a. Boston, 110 \orth st. 

Wilkinson, Mrs. E. S. 

Rockport, Gap Cove. 

w. r. Rockport. 

Prop. Straitsmouth Inn. 

Worcester, Benjamin. 

Rockport. 

w.r. Waltham, Worcester lane. 

Wrenshall, Mrs. J. R. 

Rockport, Land's End, "Foamy 

Ledge." 
w. r. Boston, 288 Marlboro st. 

York, William S. 

Rockport, Marmion way. 



GUEST FOR THE SEASON AT TURK'S HEAD INN. 



Tindel, Adam, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tindel, Mrs., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tindel, Miss, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tindel, Master Harris, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Townsend, Mrs. Theodore, Albany, N. Y 



Townsend, The Misses, Albany, N. Y. 
Sprague, Miss, Albany, N. Y. 
Washbu^-n, Mr. W. D.. Jr., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Washburn, Mrs., Minneapolis, Minn. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Washburn, Miss, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Washburn, Master, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Doughty, Mrs. J. L., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Doughty, Miss Julie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Doughty, Miss A., Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Logan, Miss Anna. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Logan, Miss Floy, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. James Fenimore and 

children, Albany, N. Y. 
Langles, Mr. Henri, Paris, France. 
Blake, Mr. and Mrs. W. B., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Carey, Mr. and Mrs. J. L., Baltimore, Md. 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs.' Fred, Boston. 



Crane, Miss Mary A., Boston. 
Harvey, Miss, Baltimore, Md. 
Harvey, Miss Sarah, Baltimore, Md. 
Harvey, Mr. Boyd, Baltimore, Md. 
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Newtonville. 
Garrett, Mrs. A. W., Baltimore, Md. 
Garrett, Mrs., Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Temple, Miss, Washington, D. C. 
Harrison, Miss S. C, Washington, D. C. 
Kittredge, Mrs. J. L., Taunton, Mass. 
Pogne, Mrs. Province, children and maid, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



PIGEON COVE. 



Pigeon Cove is a ptart of Rockport; has a post office and Elec- 
trics run to Rockport 15 minutes past and 15 minutes of hour; for 
Lanesville 5 of and 15 past hour. 



HOTELS: The New Oakdene, The Ocean 
X'ifw, The Glenacre. 

BOARDING HOUSES: Granite View, The 
CHfford House, The Breakers. 

CHURCHES : Congregational, Swedish 
Congregational, Swedish Lutheran, Swed- 
ish Methodist, and Universalist. 

POSTMASTER: Charles H. Andrews. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: The American. 



Newell 's Rockport & Gloucester, Pressons. 

PAY TELEPHONE STATION: Rockport 
Granite Co., L. E. Smith, Henry L. 
Storey, Granite St., Ocean View. 

MAILS ARRIVE: 7.45, 12.30, 3.45, 6.30. 

MAILS DEPART: 6.40, 9.45, 12.45, 4-30- 

DISTANCES: Rockport, 2 miles; Glouces- 
ter, 6; Boston, 37; Salem, 21. 



Ayer, Rev. Franklin D., D.D. 

With Dr. and Mrs. DeB. K. Ludwig. 

Ayer, Miss Gertrude. 

With Dr. and Mrs. DeB. K. Ludwig. 

Ayer, Miss Florence. 

With Dr. and Mrs. DeB. K. Ludwig. 

Babson, Mrs. C. W. 

Pigeon Cove opp. Pigeon Cove House, 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 

Barber, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley. Brewster, Edwin 

Pigeon Cove, 
w. r. Andover. 



Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. David H. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 16 John st. 

b. a. Boston, 113 Devonshire st. ; Real 

estate. 

Brewer, Mr. Francis A. 

With Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brewer. 

Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Andover, 1 1 Locke st. 



Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Newton, 66 Summit st. 
b. a. Boston, 24 Milk st. ; Pres. J. W. 
Barber Advertising agency. 

Barber, Gladys M. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Newton, 66 Summit st. 

Barber, Harold F. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Newton, 66 Summit st. 

b. a. Boston, 24 Milk St.; Asst. Treas. 

Barry, Elizabeth A. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave cor. Haven 

ave.. Millet Cottage, 
w. r. Hartford, Conn. 

Bartol, Miss E. H. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Boston, 77 Chestnut st. 



Brown, Mrs. A. M. 

Pigeon Cove. Ocean ave. 
w.r. Pigeon Cove. 

Burroughs, Mrs. 

Pipeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w.r. Pigeon Cove. 

Canney, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 

Claflin, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 

Pigeon Cove, Gale ave. 
w.r. W. Medford. 

Clerk, Mrs. A. G. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w. r. Roxbury, 22 Greenville st. 



(189) 




Tliv Will. KiiiUcott. .Ir. lu^iiloiicf, at liovi-rly ('ove. 



Cottaoe ifurnisbiiicjs 3P^ 




^==^**==^0 you even get puzzled to know 
T^ j\ where to go for* your* Piazza 
//^ and Cottage furnishings. Come 
*^ and see us. We are the largest 
house in Essex County. Everything in 
Willow, Rattan and Mission Furniture for 
either* Cottage or^ Piazza. 

C. W. Luce & Co., inc. 

ELM STREET, GLOUCESTER 



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191 



Cutter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
\v. r. Concord. 

Cutter, Mrs. Margaret F. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Concord. 

Davison, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. 
Pigeon Cove, Chapin Cottage, 
w. r. New York City. 

Dean, Mrs. J. J. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave., " The New 

Oakdene Cottage. " 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 
Prop. "The New Oakdene." 

Dow, Mr. and Mrs. George L. 

Pigeon Cove, Point de Chene ave. 

w.r. Cambridge, .361 Harvard st. 

b.a. 595 Massachusetts ave. ; Real est. 

Dunklee, Mrs. H. W. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave., "The 

Ocean View." 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 
Prop. "The Ocean View." 

Earle, Miss F. M. 

Pigeon Cove, Millet Cottage. 

w. r. Hartford, Conn., 34 Charter Oak 

St. 

Emery, Stephen. 

Pigeon Cove, Gale ave. 

w. r. New York, Richmond Hall. 

Professor. 

Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. 
Pigeon Cove, The Glen Acre, 
w. r. Cambridge. 

Frothingham, Miss Gwendolyn. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davison. 

Frothingham, Dr. and Mrs. Richard. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davison. 
w.r. New York, 616 Madison ave. 
Physician. 

Harvie, Miss. 

With Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Watson, 
w. r. Hemenway Chambers. 

Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Cambridge, 318 Franklin st. 

b. a. 1388 Massachusetts ave. ; Real 

estate & Insurance. 
Children : Dorothy, 8 yrs. ; Lois, 4 yrs. 



Himmelsbach, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w.'r. Phila..elphia, Pa., 219 N. 33r . st. 

Himmelsbach, The Misses. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w. r. Philav^elphia, Pa., 219 N. 33r 1 st. 

Hovey, Mrs. James S. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w.r. Lowell, 481 Beacon st. 

Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. William P. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w.r. Boston, 13 St. Charles st. 

b.a. 17 Milk st.; Real estate. 

Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w.r. Cambridge, 159 Brattle st. 

b.a. Boston, 31 Bedford st. ; Dry goods. 

Lamb, Mrs. Chas. R., Sr. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w.r. Cambridge, 

Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. 

With Clarence W. Seamans. 
w.r. Rye, N. Y. 

Ludwig, Dr. and Mrs. DeBenneville K. 

Pigeon Cove, Point de Chene, cor. Gale 

ave., "Rockledge." 
w, r. Philadelphia, Pa., 3739 Walnut st. 

Martin, Mrs. E. H. 

Pigeon Cove, Haven ave. 
w.r. Pigeon Cove. 

Mayer, Mrs. John F. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Philadelphia, Pa., 1810 German- 
town ave. 

Merrill, Miss Annie G. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w. r. Boston, 404 Columbus ave. 

Teacher S. B. High School. 

Merrill, George W. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave 

w. r. Boston, 404 Columbus ave. 

Millett, Miss Ellen Derby. 

Pigeon Cove, Millett Cottage, 
w.r. Holmsburg, Pa. 

Morgan, Miss. 

Pigeon Cove, 



Willey Cottage. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Moulton, Miss Abbie. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Charlestown. 

Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. 

Pigeon Cox'e, Phillips a\e. 

w.r. Brookline, Ifj Fairbanks st. 

Pingree, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur H. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave., Merrill Cot- 
tage, 
w. r. Norwood, 
Clergyman. 

Putnam, Miss Edith G. 

Pigeon Cove, Haven ave. 
w.r. New York. 

Putnam, Miss Ruth. 

With Miss Edith G. Putnam. 

Reed, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w.r. Chicago, 111. 

RodUff, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand. 

Pigeon Cove, Haven ave. 
w. r. Lowell. 

Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

Pigeon Cove, Harris ave. 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 

Seamans, Clarence W. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Brooklyn, N. Y., 789 St. Marks 

ave. 
b. a. 280 Broadway; Typewriters. 
Child: Dorothy, 16 yrs. 

Searle, Wm. D. 

Pigeon Cove, Haven ave. 
w. r. Brookline. 

Shorey, Mrs. Chas. E. 

Pigeon Cove, Long Branch and Vine st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 

Pigeon Cove, Simpson Villa. 
w. r. Boston. 

Simpson, Gretchen R. 

Pigeon Cove, Simpson Villa, 
w. r. Boston. 

Smith, Wm. H. 

Pigeon Cove, Cedar Cottage, 
w. r. Brookline. 



Swett, Mr. and Mrs. John F. 

Pigeon Cove, Granite st., The Glen 

Acre, 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 
Prop. Tlie Glen Acre. 

Taft, Mrs. Mary A. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 

w. r. Worcester, 2 Congress st. 

Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. 

Pigeon Cove, Point ave. 
w. r. Concord. 

Tyer, Miss Edith M. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Andover. 

Tyer, Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Andover. 

Tyer, Miss Frances L. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Andover. 

Tyer, Henry G. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Andover. 

Watson, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 

Pigeon Cove, Gale ave. 

w. r. Brookline, 1 Summit ave. 

Webster, Mrs. Antoinette H. 

Pigeon Cove, Millett Cottage. 

w. r. Hartford, Conn., 34 Charter Oak 

St. 

West, Miss A. M. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Jackson, 
w. r. Pittsfield, Mass. 

White, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 

Pigeon Cove, Hovey Cottage, 
w. r. Newton, 316 Franklin st. 

Wigham, Thomas. 

Pigeon Cove. 

w. r. Pigeon Cove. 

Wood, Mr. Edward. 

Pigeon Cove, Phillips ave. 
w. r. Lowell. 

Woolford, Mrs. Austin R. 

Pigeon Cove, Granite ave. 
w. r. Pigeon Cove. 

Woolford, Miss Clara B. 

Pigeon Cove, Granite ave. 
w. r. Bay View 



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Bennett, Mr. and Mrs., Boston. 
Cheney, Miss C F., Concord. 
Hill, Mrs. R. E., Salem. 
Philbrick, Miss E., Salem. 
Stanley, Miss Mary E., Salem. 
Brown, Mi.ss S. Ellen, Salem. 
Wilkins, Mrs. S. Herbert, Salem. 
Varney, Mrs. Lydia, Salem. 
Hodges, Mrs. Geo. W., New York. 
Shaw, H. D., Maiden, 
Decker, L. Adele, Salem. 
Ropes, Miss Emilie, Salem. 
Hathaway, Miss Annie G., Salem. 
Curriven, B. H., Salem. 
Briggs, Mrs. Wm., Salem. 
Hough, Miss J. Evelyn, Maiden. 
Bosson, F. E., Hartford, Conn. 
Bosson, E. M., Hartford, Conn. 
Bosson, Mr. and Mrs. F. H., Hartford. 
Holbrook, Mrs. W. D., Torrington, Conn. 



Holbrook, Miss, Torrington, Conn. 

Woodruff, The Misses, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thompson, Mrs. J. F., Medford. 

Thompson, Miss E. M., Medford. 

Hosmer, Mr. and Mrs. H. J., Concord. 

Davis, Miss C. B., Lincoln, Mass. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E., Concord 

Brown, Mr. Percy W., Concord 

Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Wheeler, Miss Katheryn, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Gross, Miss, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Ward, Miss, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Cook, Miss Grace, Chicago, 111. 

Cook, Miss AHce, Chicago, 111. 

Townsend, C. H., New York. 

Hough, Mr. and Mrs. L. H., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Carney, C. J., Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Carver, Miss, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Copley, Miss, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Bailey, Mrs. L. V., Worcester. 




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HOTELS; The Overlook, The Grand \'ic\v, 
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CHURCHES: Universahst. 

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Adams, Dr. Isaac. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Cambridge, 1776 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Aldrich, Evelyn H. 

Annisquam, Curve st.. Spruce Cottage- 
w. r. Brookline, 122 Kent st. 

Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 

Anniscjuam, 
w.r. Chicago, 111. 

Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. George I. 

Annisquam, Curve St., Spruce Cottage. 

w. r. Brookline, 122 Kent st. 

b. a. Town Hall.; Supt. of schools. 

Barker, Mrs. E. F. 

Annisquam, The Bungalow. 
w.r. Philadelphia. 

Barker, Mrs. E. T. 

Annisquam, The Bungalow. 

w.r. Cambridge, 21 Buckingham place. 

Barry, E. F. 

With Mrs. S. B. Howe. 
Bell, Mrs. B. S. 

Annisquam, Bungalow, 
w.r. Philadelphia. 



Bent, Major and Mrs. L. S. 

Annisquam, Leonard ave. 
w. r. Overbrook, Pa. 

Bott, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, Cedar 

See. 
w. r. Arlington, 55 Academy st. 
b. a. Boston, 7 1 Commercial st. ; Grocer. 

Bott, Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, Cedar 
See. 

w. r. Arlington, 45 Irvington st. 

b. a. Boston, 71 Commercial st.; Sales- 
man. 

Bott, The Misses. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, Cedar 

See. 
w. r. Arlington, 55 Academy st. 

Boyden, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 

Annisquam, Hastings Cottage, Cam- 
bridge ave. 
w.r. Melrose, Mass. 
b.a. Boston 68 Essex st. 

Bradley, Chas. Frederick. 

Annisquam, Bayberry Ledge, 
w. r. Boston, UO Mt. Vernon st. 

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George M. 

Annisquam, The Linden, 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Lenox. 
Children : Chamberlain, Lyman C. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 

w. r. Washington, D. C, The Berkshire. 

Artist. 

Burgess, Miss A. W. 

Annisquam, Beach Cottage, 
w.r. Cambridge. 

Callen, Mrs. Anna. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 

w. r. New York City, io6 26th st. 

Chappie, Mrs. Mary. 

Annisquam, 67 Leonard st. 
w. r. Annisquam. 

Chase, Mrs. E. E. 

Annisquam, Squam Rock Cottage, 
w. r. Denver, Colo. 

Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chester. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Boston, 95 Beacon st. 

b. a. 95 Beacon st.; Architect. 

Clark, Mrs. Alfred B. 

Annisquam, Dudley Cottage, 
w. r. Somerville. 22 Ames st. 

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 

Annisquam, Dudley Cottage, 
w.r. Somerville, 22 Ames st. 
Commercial Traveller. 

Coe, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Medford, 43 Ashland st. 
b.a. Boston, 140 Essex st.; U. S. Rub- 
ber Co. 

Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 

Annisquam Cambridge ave. 
w.r.lBrookline, 44 Pleasant st. 
b. a>. Boston 387 Washington st. ; 
Steel_engraver. 

Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Brookline, 122 Carlton st. 

Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Brookline, 122 Carlton st. 

b.a. Boston; Lawyer. 



Cunningham, Mrs. Ann C. 

With Miss Charlotte A. Lane. 

Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 
w. r. Annisquam. 

Postmaster. 

Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. 

Annisquam, Pleasure Point. 

w. r. Cambridge, 33 Washington ave. 

Curtis, Miss Alice. 
Annisquam. 
w.r. Boston. 

Damon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 

w, r. Newton, 98 Washington ave. 

b. a. Boston, 79 Summer st.; Treas. 

Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Clinton, College Hill. 

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Almon. 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 

Davis, John W. 

Annisquam, Annisquam Light, 
w. r. Annisquam. 
Light House keeper. 

Emery, Miss Mary S. 

Annisquam, Bayberry Ledge, 
w. r. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fenno, Henry A. 

Annisquam, Lane Hoinestead. 

w. r. Maiden, 18 Clayton st. 

b. a. Boston, 31 Commercial st. 

Fisher, Miss A. E. 

Annisquam, Tide Way. 
w. r. Boston, 5 Joy st. 

French, Mr. and Mrs. Holhs. 

Annisquam, 

w. r. Boston, 94 Mt. Vernon st. 

b. a. 85 Beach st. Consulting engineer 

(Hollis French & Allen Hubbard.) 
Children: Alden, 8 yrs. ; 'Stanley G., 

6 yrs.; Hollis J., 3 yrs. 

French, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 

Annisquam, Rowe Cottage. 
w. r. St. Louis, Mo. 



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Gay, Mrs. F. L. 

Annisquam, Davis Cottage. 
w.r. Brookiine, Holland road. 

Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 

Annisquam, Hermit Ledge. 

w. r. Cambridge, 69 Brattle st. 

b. a. S. Boston, E. ist cor. K.; Treas. 

Grueby-Falence . 
Children: Marion, 12 yrs.; Theodore, 

9 yrs.; William H., 6 yrs. 

Griffin, G. Frank. 

Annisquam, Main st. 

Guiler, Mr. and Mrs. James. 

Annisquam, Dearborn Cottage. 

w.r. Newton Highlands, 21 Saxon ter- 
race. 

b.a. Boston, 10 Broad st. ; Contracting 
engineer. 

Hardwick, Melbourne. 

Annisquam, 21 Curve, House & Studio. 

w. r. Roxbury, 85 Brooks ave. 

b. a. Boston, no Tremont st.; Artist 

Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. 

Annisquam, Cypress Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 50 Sumner road, 
b.a. Boston, 275 Congress st. ; Wool. 

Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 
w. r. Annisquam. 
Artist. 

Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 

w. r. Cambridge, 3 Kennedy ave. 

b. a. Boston, 225 Cambridge & 107 

Water sts.; W. B. Hastings & Co.; 

insurance. 

Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 
w.r. Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Hight, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Brookline, 122 Carlton, st. 

b.a. Boston; Lawyer. 

Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. 

Annisquam, "Cedar See." 

w. r. Arlington, 47 Irving st. 

b. a. Boston, 66 Pearl st.; Book-keeper. 



Houghton, Mrs. F. A. 

Annisquam, Bijou Cottage, 
w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Houghton, Dr. and Mrs. H. L. 

Annisquam, Bijou Cottage, 
w. r. Winchester, Pine st. 

Howe, Mrs. L. B. 

x\nnisquam, Red Cottage. 

Howes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. 

Annisquam, Major Brent's Cottage. 

w. r. Newton, 248 Park st. 

b. a. Boston, 30 Kilby st.; Insurance. 

Huff, Mrs. B. H. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 
w. r. Annisquam. 
Prop. I die wild. 

Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Brookline, 30 Warren st. 

Hyatt, Alpheus Mrs. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Cambridge, 19 Francis ave. 

Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. 

Annisquam. 
w.r. Chicago, 111. 

Jelly, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights. 

w. r. Salem, 16 Beckford st.; Teller 

Salem Five Cents Savings Bank. 
Child: Donald B., 5 yrs. 

Jewett, Mr. and Mrs. James S. 

Annisquam, Curve cor. Bridgewater st. 
w. r. Annisquam. 

Keyes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. 

Annisquam, Willmont Cottage, Cam- 
bridge ave. 
w.r. Concord, 
b.a. Boston, 53 State st. 

Lane, Arthur F. 

Annisquam, Lane Homestead, 
w. r. Huntington, Fla. 

Lane, Miss Charlotte A. 

. Annisquam. 
w. r. Annisquam. 

Lane, Miss Helen W. 

With Miss Charlotte A. Lane. 





TOiss HUoiiciburi)'s 



[Extrafts from Mii^s Wi 



mIIii 



letter to imrciiti- iiiicl L'liardiaiiR 



The School is adapted v'liniaiily to tlie life of little children, 
therefore it is my earnest wish that children be entered as early as 
five years, when possible. To those not accnstomed to the idea of 
boarllinf!: school life, five years seems young, but my experience has 
been that the yonnser the i)upil is entered, the "better the resnlis in every way. I may say 
right here that although I must necessarily advertise my school as a ''home school," in 
reality, I consider it nothing of the kind. From my point of view I have an exceedingly in- 
teresting and lovable little family, all oi' whom arc bound to mc, and I to them, by tlie'ties 
of warmest affection, and to whom I give the best educ.itional advantages thought and 
money can jirocure. Frankly speaking, while my school is not conducted along purely 
philantlir(i|iic lines, it is c';nricd on more fiom my love for children and the enjoyment in 
the life it gives mc than for any financial gain. If you are to have any experience" with my 
school, yiiu will, at some time^ understand ju^t what I mean. I n eiition it at this time to ' 
give you some idea u^hi/, uiuler my conditions, .a lioardiiig school life for a little girl of five 
years can lie the best possible arr;ingement for her. She is not "put in a school;" she is 
"simply transferred to another home where she is just as tenderly cared for; where her lit- 
tle "way!«" and individualities make permanent affections for her outsicje the family circle; 
and where she develops mentally, morally and pliysically under the nmst careful oversight. 
Here there are twelve little girls ranging from five to t\\ elve years nf age. 



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Lane, Miss Edith H. 

Annisquam, Lane Homestead. 
\v. r. ^Ial(ie^, i8 Clayton st. 

Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. 

Annisquam, David B. Smith Cottage, 
w. r. Gloucester, 5 School st. 

MacNutt, Col. and Mrs. Ira. 

Annisquam. 
U. S. Army. 

Mason, Mr. and Mrs. George D. 

Annisquam, Riverdale "Willows." 

w. r. Cambridge, 385 Washington st. 

Surveyor. 

Child: Ralph H., 17 yrs. 

Mason, Henry T. 

With Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Mason. 

Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. 

Annisquam, Ri\-erdale "Willows." 
w. r. Cainbridge. 

Mayer, Mrs. A. G. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Mellen, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin D. 

Annisquam, Adams ave. 

w.r. Cambridge, 1590 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Mining. 

Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos B. 

With Miss Charlotte A. Lane. 
Children: Charlotte L., 12 yrs.; Alice, 
C, 11 yrs. 

Mundy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights. 
w. r. Newtonville,fi3 Page Road. 

Noyes, Mrs. Elizabeth C 

Annisquam, Rowe Cottage, 
w. r. Palo Alto, Calif. 

Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. George L, 

Annisquam, Lane Homestead. 
w. r. Maiden, 18 Clayton st. 

Pape, Mr. and Mrs. Eric. 

Annisquain. 

w. r. Gloucester. 

b. a. Boston, 126 Massachusetts ave.; 

Artist. 

Pear, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Annisquam, Curve st. 

w.r. Cambridge, 23 Francis ave. 

b.a. Boston, 32 Charity Bldg. 



Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. 

Annisciuani. 

w.r. Phila<lcl})hia. 

Perkins, Miss. 

Annisquam, Tide Way. 
w.r. Concord. 

Pevear, Mr. and Mrs. G. Irving. 

Annisquam, Arlington st. 
w. r. Newton Highlands. 

Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred, • 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights. 
w. r. N. Cambridge, 5 Russell st. 
b. a. 225 Cambridge st.; W. B. Hast- 
ings & Co., insurance. 

Prince, Mr. and Mrs. James P. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, Eliz 
abeth Road. 

w. r. No. Cambridge, 5 Russell st. 

b. a, 225 Cambridge St.; W. B. Hast- 
ings 8z Co., insurance. 

Pringle, Mr. and Mrs. James R. 

Annisquam, Pine st. 

w.r. Gloucester, 718 Washington st. 

Correspondent Boston Globe. 

Publicover, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. 

Annisquam, Curve cor. Leonard st. 
Prop. The Grand View. 

Putnam, Boyd. 

Annisquam, Riv'er Road. 
w. r. New York. 

Putnam, Mrs. Alfred. 

Annisquam, River Road. 

w. r. Brooklyn, N. Y., 88 Elton st. 

Rogers, Miss Annette P. 

Annisquam, Tide Way. 
w. r. Boston, 5 Joy st. 

Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. 

Annisquam, Norwood Hieghts. 
w.r. Gloucester, 
b.a. 33 Wharf st. 

Rowe, Miss Elsie F. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Rowe. 
w.r. Gloucester, 97 Washington st. 

Rowe, Mr. Everett W. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Rowe. 
w.r. Gloucester, 97 Washington st. 

Rowe, William P. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Rowe. 
w.r. Gloucester. 97 Washington st. 



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Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. David W. 

Annisquam, Hazel C'ottage. 
w.r. Philadelphia. 

Sheldon, The Misses. 

Annisquam, Dudley Cottage. 
Boston. 

Shute, Mr. and Mrs. Kilby W. 

Annisquam, Apple Tree Lodge, 
w. r. Gloucester, 53 Summer st. 
Cashier Cape Ann National Bank. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. A. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, 
w. r. Gloucester, 42 Pleasant st. 
b. a. 331 Main st. 

Smith, David B. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights. 
w. r. Gloucester, 42 Pleasant st. 
b. a. 331 Main st. Vice Pres. of Gorton 
Fish Co. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Phillips. 

Annisquam, Squam Rock Cottage, 
w. r. New York City. 

Spencer, Mrs. A. W. 

Annisquam, Straiter Cottage, Cam- 
bridge ave. 
w.r. Boston, Hotel Tudor. 

Stetson, Miss R. T. 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave., "Bryn- 

mere." 
w. r. Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 
Prop. Brynmere. 

Strater, Francis A. 

Annisquam, Cypress Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 50 Sumner road. 

Sylvester, D. W. 

Annisquam, Highland ave., "Over- 
look." 
Prop. The Overlook. 

Thayer, Wm. R. 

Annisquam, Stone Cottage. 

w. r. Cambridge. 8 Berkeley st. 

Editor, Harvard Graduate Magazine. 

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Plason. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Lake Forest, 111. 



Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Brookline, 45 Garrison Road, 
b.a. Boston, 35 Congress St.; Banker, 
Warner Tucker Co. 

Watson, Margaret S. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Evanston, 1408 Ridge ave. 

White, Mrs. J. B. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. New York, 20 Fifth ave. 

White, Mrs. S. B. 

With Mrs. J. B. White. 

Whiting, Mrs. J. S. 

Annnisquam, Bungalow, 
w.r. Boston, 74 Chestnut st. 

Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. John M 

Annisquam, Cambridge ave. 
w. r. Newton, 70 Hunnewell ave. 
b. a. Boston, 79 Summer st. ; Mgr. 

Whittemore, Miss. 

With Mr. and Mrs. John M. Whitte- 



Wiggin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. 

Annisquam, Norwood Heights, 
w.r. Somerville, 77 Belmont st. 1 
b.a. Boston, 70 Kilby st. ; Hardwood, 
Lumber. 

Wiggin, Mrs. Mary. 

Annisquam, Wiggin Cottage. 

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver E. 

Annisquam. 

w. r. Boston, 92 Mt. Vernon st. 
b. a. 67 Milk st.; Banker (George A. 
Fernald & Co. 

Winsor, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. 

Annisquam. 
w.r. Weston. 

Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 8. 

Annisquam. 

w.r. West Newton, 16 Balcarres road. 

b.a. Boston, 53 State st.; Xote broker. 



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Fawcett, Mr. F. J., Newton, Mass. 

Annersly, Mrs. Laura, Bridgeton, X, Y. 

Ellis, Mrs. and daughter, Newton. 

Schafer, Mrs. Nancy and family, Newton. 

Allen, Miss Mary E., Newton. 

Dibble, Dr. and Mrs. Leroy, Kansas City. 

Russell, Richard, Cambridge. 

Russell, Eustis, Cambridge. 

Sargent, Miss Ellen P., New Haven, Conn. 

Gunnison, Dr. Almon and family. Canton, 

N. Y. 
Southard, Mr. L. C. and family, Brookline. 
Mitchell, Mrs. A. R. and daughter, Lincoln. 

Neb. 



Deutsch, Mrs. M., Horton, Neb. 
Pousland, Mrs. F. G. and son, Salem, Mass 
Kimball, Mrs. Ellen M., Newton. 
Barber, Mr. A. H. and family, N. Adams. 
Watson, Mr. R. A., and family N. Adams. 
Backus, Mrs. W. H., Pittsfield, Mass. 
Titcomb, Mrs. G. W., Albany, N. Y. 
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Watts, Brook- 
line. 
M'Candliss, Mrs, and daughter, Benning- 
ton, Vt. 
Colby, Mr. Alfred, and family Melrose. 
Davis, Mr. F. H., Omaha, Neb. 




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3.15, 6.00. 
MAILS TO BOSTON, N. Y. 

POINTS WEST AND SOUTH: 

2.15, 7.10, 8.00. 



6.45- 

9.00, 



I 2.00, 



AND ALL 

7.40, I I. ID, 



FOR POINTS EAST: 8.00, 11. 10, 4.00, 7.10 

MAILS ARRIVE SUNDAYS: From all points 
at 9.30 .A. M., and close for all points at 
5.30 p. M. 

POST OFFICE OPEN: 7.00 .\. m. until 8.00 

p. .M. 

Sundays: 9.30 to 10.30 a. m. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: 8.38, 9.40, 11.20, 
1.25, 2,41, 4.25, 5.41, 6.33, 6.53, 7.34, 
9.29, 12.05. 

Sundays: 9.24, 11.24, 2.21, 7.25. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: 4.20, 6.51, 7.20, 8.13 
8.50, 9.12, 10.22, 11.49, 2.16, 3.48, 5.53, 
7.36, 10.56. 

Sundays: 4.20, 8.56, 10.47, 4-i2, 6.00, 
7-56. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 27 miles; Salem, 10; 
Gloucester, 12; Newburyport, 12; Bev- 
erly, 10. 



Appleton, Mrs. Daniel F. 

Ipswich, "Appleton Farms." 
w, r. New York, 44 E. 35 st. 

Appleton, Francis R, 

Ipswich, "Appleton Farms." 
w. r. New York, 26 E. 37th st. 
b. a. 21 Maiden Lane; Vice-Pres. Amer- 
ican Waltham Watch Co. 

Appleton, Randolph M. 

Ipswich, " Waldingfield." 

Ayer, Dr. J. B. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Bdston,5 18 Beacon st. ; Physician. 



Bailey, Harry E. 

Ipswich, "River Bank." 

w. r. Brookline, 16 Sutherland Road. 

b. a. Boston, 8 1 Washington st.;(North: 

Bailey & Weston, Curtain Mfgrs. 
Child: Helen .\'., 7 vrs. 



Barney, Dr. J. Dellinger. 

Ipswich, Argilla road, Round Top Farm 
w.r. Boston, '.) Mas.sachusetts ave. 
Physician. 



Bates, Miss Mary D. 

Ipswich, Labor-in-vain Road, "Red 



Ledge." 
w. r. Boston. 



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204 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Barnard, George E. 

Ijiswich, ("ounty Road, "River Bend 

Farm." 
w. r. Maiden, 
b. a. Boston, PostoflRce, room 36; Clerk 

Brooks, John F. 

Ipswich, " Sunningdale Farm." 

w. r. Boston, 512 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 92 State St.; Merchant. 

Brown, A. S. Jr. 

Ipswich, County road, Elmside Farm. 

w.r. Boston. 

b.a. Boston, So Water st. 

Brown, John B. 

Ipswich, Castle Hill Farm, 
w.r. Chicago, 111. 

b.a. 110 Monroe st. 

Campbell, Charles A. 

Ipswich, County Road "Fairview."' 

w. r. Ipswich. 

b. a. Boston, 30 Congress st. 

Coffin, Sturgis, 2d. 

Ipswich, Fruit st. 
w. r. Ipswich. 

b.a. Boston, 24 Milk st. ; Coffin & Taber , 
real estate. 

Crockett, Dr. Eugene A. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Boston, 298 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 298 Marlboro st.; Physician. 

De Blois, George L. 

Ipswich, " River House." 
w. r. Boston, 346 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 30 Kilby st.; Real estate (Bur- 
roughs & DeBlois). 

Dow, Prof. Arthur W. 

Ipswick, Spring st. 
w.r. New York, 501 West 120th st. 
Artist, Head of Dept. of Art Columbia 
College. 

Elkins, Mrs. Wm. M. 

With Mr. Bayard Tuckerman. 

w.r. Philadelphia, 1827 De Lancey pla. 

Goodale, Dr. Joseph L. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Boston, 258 Beacon st. 

b. a. 258 Beacon st.; Physician. 



Gray, Hope. 

Witli Samuel S. Gray. 

Gray, Ralph W. 

With Samuel S. Gray. 

Gray, Samuel S. 

Ipswich, "Heartbreak Hill," 
w. r. Ipswich. 
b. a. Boston, 16 State st. 
Child: Stephen M, W.. 15 yrs. 

Greenleaf, The Misses. 

Ipswich, Labor-in-vain Road, 
w. r. Belmont, 36 Oak st. 

Harrington, Dr. F. B. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Boston, 201 Beacon st. 

b. a. 201 Beacon st.; Physician. 

Haskell, Edmund M. 

Ipswich, Labor-in-vain Road. 

w. r. Ipswich. 

Farmer. 

Hayward, Walter E. 

Ipswich, former Judge Bosson place, 
"Vine Hill. 

Heard, John. 

With Mrs. John Heard (son). 

Heard, Miss. 

With Mrs. John Heard (daughter.) 

Heard, Mrs. John. 

Ipswich, S. Main st. 
b. a. Boston. 

Higginson, Col. Thos. Wentworth. 

Ipswich, Argilla road, Red Top Farm, 
w.r. Cambridge, 29 Buckingtham st. 
Author. 

Hogg, John. 

Ipswich, Town Hill, the Searle estate 

" Inglisby," 
w. r. Boston. 

Hoyt, Mrs. Gerald L. 

Ipswich, "Appleton Farm." 
b. a. New York, 28 E. 36th st. 

Kinnicutt, Mrs. G. H. 

With Mr. Bayard Tuckerman. 

w. r. New ^oik, 116 East 40th st. 



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205 



Lord, Mrs. Joseph. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road, 
b. a. New York, Britton Hall, Broad- 
wa}'. 

Loud, Clarence W. 

Ipswich, Lakeman's Beach, 
w.r. W. Somerville. 

Murchie, Guy. 

Ipswich, "Grove Farm." 

w. r. Boston, 62 Mt. Vernon st. 

b. a. 434 Tremont building; Lawyer. 

Mygatt, Robertson K. 

Ipswich, Agawam ave. 
w.r. New York. 

Artist. 

Norwood, C. Augustus. 

Ipswich. 

w.r. Ipswich. 

b.a. Boston, 60 State st.; Lawyer. 

Osgood, Dr. Robert B. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road, " Ring's Island." 
w. r. Boston, 347 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 372 Marlboro st.; Physician. 

Patterson, Geo. E. 

Ipswich, Ceby's Island, off Argilla rd. 
w.r. Salem. 

Peabody, Mrs. Anna P. 

Ipswich, "Floriana," County Road. 
w. r. Boston, 47 Coinmonwealth ave. 

Philipp, M. B. 

Ipswich, Old England Road. 
w. r. New York. 

Proctor, James Howe. 

Ipswich, Fellows road, 
b. a. Boston, 85 Water st. 

Rice, Charles G. 

Ipswich, Turner Hill, 
w. r. Ipswich. 

b. a. Boston, 683 Altantic ave.; Neil, 
Rice & Co., bankers. 

Richardson, Frank H. 

Ipswich, County Road, 
w. r. Ipswich; Artist. 

Richardson, Dr. Mark W. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road, 
w. r. Jamaica Plain, 83 Forrest st. 
b. a. Boston, 419 Boylston st. and 
91 Equitable building; Physician. 

Rogers, Mrs. Harry A. 

Ipswich, Wendell Cottage, 
w.r. Boston, 126 Newbury st. 



Searle, Charles P. 

Ipswich, East st., Town Hill, " In- 
glisby." 

w. r. Boston, 280 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 50 Congress st.; Searle & Pills- 
bury, lawyers. 

Searle, John Endicott. 

Ipswich, East st.. Town Hill, Inglisby. 
w. r. Boston, 280 Cominonwealth ave. 
Student, son of Charles P. Searle. 

Shurtleff, Arthur A. 

Ipswich, Argilla road, 
w.r. Boston, 7 Cedar st. 
b.a. 22 Congress st. ; Landscape artist. 
Children: Sidney N., 2 yrs.; Sarah P., 
1 yr. 

Smith, Rev. Roland Cotton. 

Ipswich, " Cottonfield." 
w. r. Washington, D. C. ; Pastor St. 
John's Church. 

Spelman, Henry M. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Cambridge, 48 Brewster st 

Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. 

Ipswich, Argilla road. 

w.r. Brookline. 

b.a. Boston, 149 Milk st. 

Swain, Prof. George Fillmore. 

Ipswich, Town Hill, Rev. R.B. Parker's 
estate. 

w. r. Boston, 435 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 15 Beacon st.; Prof. Mass. Insti- 
tute of Technology. 

Sweetser, Arthur L. 

Ipswich, Labor-in- vain Road, "Grey- 
stone." 
w. r. Boston, 57 Mt. Vernon st. 
Banker. 

Taylor, Dr. Edward Wyllys. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Boston, 457 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 457 Marlboro st.; Physician. 

Thayer, Rev. William G. 

Ipswich, "Holiday Hill." 

b. a. Southboro, Master of St. Marks 

school. 
Children: Violet O., 16 yrs.; William 

G., Jr., 15 yrs.; Sigourney, 12 yrs.; 

Appleton, 9 yrs.; Robert H., 6 yrs.; 

Margaret, 3 yrs. 




Rich Hen Seek Simple Life. 

IN view of the rumor that George J, Gould 
wishes to sell his beautiful Georgian court, 
and that Charles M. Schwab desires to get rid of 
his city "palace," a cynic says: "It seems to be 
thoroughly millionairish to grow weary quickly 
of your home. Such lavishly adorned abodes 
seem to get on the nerves of their owners." There 
is a tendency among persons who can afford to 
to be burdened with an expensive house to ^eek 
an old farmhouse in a secluded spot and live 
there for several months every year. This is 
borne out by a report from Maine that abandoned 
farms of that state are being reclaimed rapidly 
and the opening of the vacation season finds 
many new visitors from other states establishing 
summer homes on former farms. Many of these 
new settlers are "going in for" apple raising. — 
New York "Press." 

See Page 134.— (Adv.] 



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207 



Townsend, Dr. Chas. W. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road. 

w. r. Boston, 76 Marlboro st. 

b. a. 76 Marlboro St.; Physician. 

Townsend, Miss F. B. 

Ipswich, Argilla road, 
w.r. Boston. 

Townsend, Mrs. Thomas D. 

Ipswich, Argilla Road, 
w. r. Boston. 

Tuckerman, Bayard. 

Ipswich, Waldingfield Road, "Suns- 
wick." 

w. r. New York, 118 E. 37th st. 

Author and lecturer. 

Children: Joan C, 17 yrs.; Bayard, 
Jr., 19 yrs. 

Tuckerman, John A. 

With Mrs. (\ S. Tuckerman. 

Tuckerman, Julia A. 

With Mrs. C. S. Tuckerman. 



Tuckerman, Mrs. C. S. 

Ipswich, Waldingfield Road, "Apple- 
field." 
w. r. Boston, 201 Bay State Road. 
Child: Leverett S., 2d., 15 yrs. 

Vickery, Dr. Herman F, 

Ipswich, Argilla Road, "Island Hill." 
w. r. Boston, 263 Beacon st. 
b. a. 263 Beacon st.; Physician. 

Welch, Mrs. Ellen Howard. 

Ipswich, Labor-in-vain Road, "Far-a- 

field." 
w. r. Philadelphia. 

Willett, Wallace P. 

Ipswich, County road. 

w.r. E. Orange, N. J., 185 N. Arling- 
ton ave. 

b.a. New York, 82 Wall st.; Broker 
(Willett & Gray). 

Wood, Chalmers. 

Ipswich, Appleton Farm, " Briar Hill." 
w. r. New York, 38 E. 76th st. 
b. a. Ill Broadway; Lawyer. 



WENHAM. 



Wenham is a town of 900 population, has a post office and has 
a station on the boundary Hne of Hamilton, known as Hamilton- 
Wenham station, on the Eastern division of the Boston and Maine 
railroad. Electric cars to Beverly and Salem. Localities: Wen- 
ham, Wenham Neck, Mapleville. 



POSTMASTER: Andrew D. Trowt. 
SELECTMEN: H. W. Porter, N. P. Perkins, 

A. D. Prince 
CHIEF OF POLICE: Henry D, Stillman. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE : Depot. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: American Ex- 
press Co., Quimby 's. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATION: At J. H. 

Perkins' Drug store, Town Hall. 

MAILS ARRIVE: 9.00, 4.30. 

MAILS DEPART: 8.10, 2.40. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON: 8.27, 9.32, 11. 10, 



12.06, 1. 15, 2.33, 3.51, 4.15, 5.27, 5.32, 
6.23, 6.44, 7.26, 8.43, 9.20, 11.57. 
Sunday: 9.15,11 15, 12.31, 2.12, 3.56, 6.12, 
7-iS- 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: 6.59, 7.30, 8.14, 
8.22, 9.00, 9.22, 10.31, 11.59, 12.30, 2.24, 
3.58, 6.02, 6.51, 7.45, 9.40, 11.05. 
Sundays: 9.06, 10.56, 12.58, 3.40, 4.21, 
5.48, 6.10, 7.23, 8.06. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 22 miles; Salem, 6; 
Beverly, 4; Newburyport, 17; Ipswich, 
6; Topsiield, 4; Danvers, 4; Manchester, 
6. 



Anderson, E. R. 

Wenham, Main st. 
w. r. Boston, Hamilton st. 
b. a 45 Milk st.; Bartlett & Anderson, 
lawyers. 

Boiling, Mrs. R. C. 

With Mrs. John C. PhiUips. 
w.r. New York, .34 East 74th st. 

Bulkley, Edwin M. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton). 

The Kidder estate, 
w. r. Englewood, N. J. 
b. a. New York, 54 William st. 

Burnham, John A. 

W^enham, Lord's Hill. 

w. r. Boston, 57 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. 4 P. O. square; Capitalist. 

Cole, E. B. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton), 

"Brookby Farm." 
w. r. Wenham. 
b. a. Boston, 190 Lincoln st. 

B. E. Cole & Co., shoe mfrs. 
Children: Eleanor, 14yrs.; B. E., 2d., 

17 yrs. 



Cunninghani, Thomas. 

Wenhain, (p. o. South Hamilton), 
Hillcroft. 

w. r. Boston, Hotel Touraine. 

b. a. Summer St.; Gen. Mgr. Cunning- 
ham Iron Co., steam boiler mfrs. 

Currier, B. W. 

Wenham, Cherry st. 

w. r. Lynn, 175 Ocean st. 

Dodge, Miss Kate. 

With Mrs. Thomas P. Pingree. 

Durland, R. M. 

Wenham, Cherry st. 

w. r. Lynn, 147 Union st. 

b. a. 415 Essex st.; Grocer. 

Emmett, Mrs. John B. 

Wenham, 

w. r. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hodges, Amory G. 

Wenham Neck, "Cranleigh," Grape 

Vine road. 
w.r. New York, 39 East 49th st. 
b.a. 7 Wall st.; Broker. 



(2()S) 



WENHAM 



20i) 



Hollander, Sumner R. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton), 

Dodge's Row. 
w. r. Wenham. 
b. a. Boston, 202 Boylston st.; Buyer 

for L. P. Hollander & Co. 

Hollander, T. Clarence. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton)' 

Dodge's Row. 
w. r. Wenham. 
b. a. Boston, 2U2 Boylston st.; L. P. 

Hollander & Co. 

Johnson, Wolcott, H. 

Wenham, Cherry st. 

w. r. Boston, 7 Commonwealth ave. 

b. a. T,T, Summer st. ; C. F. Hovey & Co. 

Jordan, Miss Dorothy, 

Wenham Neck, Former Jencks Farm, 
w.r. Boston. 

Kampmann, I. S. 

With Mrs. Herman Kampmann. 

Kampmann, Mrs. Herman. 

Wenham (p. o. So. Hamilton), former 
Hugh Whitney Cottage Grover st., 
w.r. San Antonio, Texas 

Kampmann, Miss. 

With Mrs. Herman Kampmann. 

Kampmann, Robert. 

With Mrs. Herman Kampmann. 

Kidder, Mrs. A. M. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton), 
w. r. Englewood, N. J. 

Magee, Frank U. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. So. Hamilton), 
w. r. Boston. 

b. a. 36 Union st.; Magee Furnace Co., 
Magee ranges. 

Parker, Dr. Chas. T. 

Wenham, "Cottage Shabbie," Larch 

Row. 
w. r. New York. 

Peach, Gen. Benjamin F, 

Wenham, Maple st., "Old Farm." 
w. r. Lynn, 187 Ocean st. 
b. a. Boston. 



Phillips, George W. 

With Mrs. Jolm C . Phillips, 
w.r. New York City. 

Phillips, Mrs. John C. 

Wenham Lake (p. o. No. Beverly), 

"Maraine Farm." 
w. r. Boston, 299 Berkeley st. 

Phillips, Dr. and Mrs. John C. 

With Mrs. John (\ Phillips. 

PhilUps, Martha Robeson. 

With Mrs. John C. Phillips. 

Phillips, WiUiam. 

With Mrs. John C. Phillips. 
w.r. Washington, D. C. 

Pingree, Mrs. Thomas P. 

Wenham, Main st., Sunnyfields. 

Pingree, Mrs. Wm. G. 

With Mrs. Thomas P. Pingree. 

Prince, Frederick H. 

Wenham Neck (p. o. Beverly Farms), 

"Princemere." 
w. r. Boston, 190 Beacon st. 
b. a. 14 State cor. Devonshire st.; 

Frederick H. Prince & Co., bankers 

& brokers. 

Sias, Chas. D. 

Wenham (p. o. So. Hamilton), 
w. r. Boston, 115 Bay State Road, 
b. a. 200 High st.; Chase & Sanborn. 

Thayer, Edward K. 

Wenham Lake, The Richard P. Waters 

place, 
w. r. Boston, 456 Audubon Road. 
Collector. 

Tilton, C. H., Jr. 

Wenham, " Applehurst." 
b. a. Boston, 63 Kilby st. 

Waters, Richard Palmer. 

Wenham, Lakeside, 
w. r. Boston. 

Williams, Gardner F. 

Wenham Neck, Mrs. Little's Cottage, 

" Cranleigh." 
w. r. Washington, D. C; retired from 

business. 



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HAMILTON. 



Hamilton is a town of 1600 population, has a post office, no 
railroad station at the center of the town, but the Hamilton- Wen- 
ham depot is located on the boundary line between Wenham and 
Hamilton, 1| miles distant. There are also flag stations at Miles 
River and Woodbury's Crossing, on the Essex branch of the 
B. & M. Asbury Grove and Beverly electrics touch western part 
of town, Gloucester and Beverly electrics pass eastern part of town. 

Localities: Asbury Grove, Miles River, So. Hamilton, 
Woodbury's. 'J^\ o Postoffices, Hamilton and So. Hamilton. 



HOTELS: Lake Croft Inn. 

POSTMISTRESS (HAMILTON): Clara A. 

Appleton. 
POSTMASTER SO. HAMILTON: L. E. Libby. 

SELECTMEN: C. Augustus Norwood, Geo 
H. Gibney, Arthur C. Cummings. 

CONSTABLE: Samuel McLaughlin. 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE: Hamilton and 

Wenham depot. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES: American, Bos- 
ton local, Salem-Ipswich local, Quimby's. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. & 

M. R. R., H. E. Andrews (near depot), 
C. 1. Scott, Lake Croft Inn. 



MAILS ARRIVE: 8.45, 4.45, 7.00. 

MAILS DEPART: 7.00, 12.00, 5.30. 

TRAINS FROM BOSTON : Arrive 8.27, 9 32, 
ri.io, 12.06, r.15, 2.33, 3.51, 4.15, 5.27, 
5.32, 6.23, 6.44, 7.26, 8.43, 9.20, 11.57. 
Sundays: 9.15, 11.15, 12.31, 2.12, 3.56, 
6.12, 7.15. 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: Leave 6.59, 7.30, 
8.14,8.22, 9.00, 9.22, 10.31, 11.59, 12.30, 
2.24, 3.58, 6.02, 6.51, 7.45, 9.40, 11.05. 
Sundays: 9.06, 10.56, 12.58, 3.40, 4.21, 
5.48, 6.10, 7.23, 8.06. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 23 miles; Newbury- 
port, 15; Beverly, 5; Salem, 7; Wenham, 
I ; Manchester, 9. 



Agassiz, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph L. 

Hamilton, "Homewood." 
w. r. Boston, 135 Commonwealth ave. 
b. a. 12 Ashburton place. 
Children: Maria D., 1.'^ yrs. ; Anna 
11 yrs. 

Alley, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick. J. 

Hamilton (p. o. So. Hamilton), 

Willowdale Road, 
b. a. Boston, 80 Arch st. 

Amory, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 

With Frederic Winthrop. 
w. r. Boston, 278 Beacon st 
b. a. 64 Ames building. 

Amory, George G. 

Hamilton, Highland st. 
w. r. Boston, 278 Beacon st. 
b. a. 4 P. O. square; with Devens & 
Lyman. 



Atwood, R. A. 

Hamilton, Hamilton Park, 
w.r. Dorchester, 77 Howard ave. 
b.a. East Boston. ; Treas. Austin Gove 
& Sons, Inc. 

Ayers, Charles F. 

Hamilton, Four Corners (p. o. Hamil- 
ton), Juniper Ridge. 

w. r. Boston, 127 Commonwealth ave. 

b.a. 1004 Oliver building; Mfr. Ayers' 
sarsaparilla. 

Batchelder, Samuel H. 

Hamilton, Hamilton Park. 
w.r. Salem, 7 Cedar st. 
b.a. Boston, 104 Devonshire Bldg. ; 
Peabody & Arnold. 

Brown, Jonathan, Jr. 

Hamilton, Main st., " Red Top Farm." 
w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. Salem, 242 Canal st.; J. Brown 
& Sons, shoe mfrs. 
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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Burroughs, George. 

Hamilton (p. o. So. Hamilton), 
"Green Meadows," Topsfield Road. 

w. r. Boston, 47 Hereford st. 

b. a. 30 Kilbyst.; Burroughs & DeBlois, 
real estate, stocks. 

Bush, S. Dacre. 

Hamilton, Miles River Road, "Wind- 
acre." 

w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. 71 Kilby st.; S. Dacre Bush & Co., 
cotton buyers. 

Cilley, Dr. 0. G. 

Hamilton, Main st. 

w. r. Boston, 175 Beacon st. 

Physician. 

Codman, Julian. 

Hamilton, Farm Road, 
w. r. Boston, 409 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 262 Washington st.; Warren, 
Perry & Codman, lawyers. . 

Cross, John H. 

Hamilton, "Elmknoll," Main st. 

w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. Boston, 183 Essex st.; shoe mfr. 

Gardner, Hon. Augustus P. 

Hamilton, "Sagamore Farm.'' 
w. r. Hamilton. 

b.a. Boston, 22 Congress st.; Congsess- 
man U. S. 

Gifford, J. H. 

Hamilton, Hamilton Park, 
w.r. Salem, 41 Flint st. 
b.a. Merchants Nat. Bank. Cashier 
Merchants Nat. Bank. 

Hancock, Miss Dorothy. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hancock. 

Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. 

Hamilton, Main st. 
w.r. Austin, Texas. 
Children: Margery, 14 yrs. ; Mildred, 
6 yrs. 

Hood, George H. 

Hamilton, Brown's Hill, 
w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. Boston, gg Bedford St.; Hood 
Rubber Co., Watertown. 

Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Richards 

Hamilton, " Brackenside." 
w. r. Pasadena, Calif. 



Lambert, W, T. 

Hamilton, Main st. 
Retired from business. 

Matthews, Hon. Nathan. 

Hamilton, Main st., "Black Brook 

Farm." 
w. r. Boston, 456 Beacon st. 
b. a. 1 134 Tremont building; Matthews, 

Thompson & Spring, lawyers. 

Formerly mayor of Boston. 

Merrill, Albert R. 

Hamilton, Main st., "The Hamlet." 
w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. Lynn, 206 Broad st.; Hilliard & 
Merrill, sole leather. 

Meyer, Miss Alice A. 

Hamilton, Rock Maple Farm. 

w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Daughter of Hon. Geo. von L. Meyer 

Meyer, Geo. von L. Jr. 

Hamilton, Rock Maple Farm. 

w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Son of Hon. Geo. von L. Meyer. 

Meyer, Hon. and Mrs. George von L. 

Legal residence, Hamilton, Main st., 

"Rock Maple Farm." 
w. r. Washington, D. C. 
b. a. Boston, 89 State st., Fiske bldg. ; 

Postmaster General. 

Meyer, Miss Julia A. 

Hamilton, Rock Maple Farm. 

w. r. Washington, D. C. 

Daughter of Hon. Geo. von L. Meyer. 

Morse, C. Gordon 

Hamilton (p. o. So. Hainilton), 

"Idlewilde," Main st. 
w. r. Boston. 

Nabuco, Mr. and Mrs. Joaquim. 

Hamilton, "Longmeadow." 
Brazilian .\inbassador. 

Norman, Maxwell 

Hamilton & Newport, R. I. 

Norwood, C. J. 

Hainilton. 



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218 



Peabody, George L. 

Hamilton, off Main st. 
w. r. Hamilton. 

b. a. Boston, 44 State st.; Lee, Higgin- 
son & Co. 

Perrin, Charles L. 

Hamilton, County Road, Lambert 

Farm. 
w. r. Boston, 224 Marlboro st. 
b. a. 57 Oliver & 95 Milk sts. ; Treas. of 

Perrin, Seaman & Co., contractor's 

supplies. 

Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald C. 

Hamilton, Lone Tree Farm, 

w. r. Boston, 44 Commonwealth ave, 

b. a. 373 Washington st.; Robbins, 

Appleton & Co., agents Waltham 

Watch Co. 

Seavey, Walter H. 

Hamilton, "Foxcroft," the former 
Dr. Hopkins estate. 



w. r. Boston, Hotel Vendome. 
b. a. 21 Milk st.; Sec'y- 

Thomas, Houston A. 

Hamilton (p. o. So. Hamilton), Main 
St., "The Locusts." 

Walker, Mrs. 

Hamilton. Former Perkins estate. 
Main st. 

Whitman, R. L. 

Hamilton, Brown's Hill, 
w. r. Hamilton, 
b. a. Boston, 10 Thacher st.; Treas. 

Winthrop, Frederic and three children. 

Hamilton (p. o. Ipswich), "Groton 
House," Highland & Winthrop sts. 

w. r. Boston, 280 Beacon st. 

Formerly with Robert Winthrop & 
Co., 40 Wall St., N. Y. ; Bankers. 



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TOPSFIELD. 



Topsfield is a town of 1100 population, has a post office, and a 
Railroad station on the Western Division of the Boston and Maine 
Railroad. No electrics. 



POSTMASTER: B. P. Edwards. 
SELECTMEN: Isaac B. Young, Alphonso 
T. Merrill, Wellington Donaldson. 

CONSTABLE?: Horace Ray, John J. 

Jackmiii. 
TELEGRAPH OFFICE: B. & M. station. 
EXPRESS COMPANIES: American and 

Hoslnn local. 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATIONS: B. c'<: 

.M. R. R., O. E. Lake. 
MAILS ARRIVE: S.20, 1 1 .,^5, 3.40.5.50, 6.20. 



MAILS DEPART: 7.30,8.00, 1 1. 15. '3. 20, 5. 50. 
POST OFFICE OPEN :7.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m' 
TRAINS FROM BOSTON: S.ig, 9.31, i 13, 

3.37, 5.48, 6.26, 7.2S, *I2.1I. 
*Saluri ;a.\ .« only. 

Sundays: 8.14 

TRAINS TO BOSTON: 6 41, 7.4,,, 11.32, 
2.53, 6.16, 6.59. 
Sundays: q.i6, 6.31. 

DISTANCES: Boston, 24 miles; Salem, 10; 
Xewburyport, 15; Hax'erhill, 11. 



Agge, William. 

Topsfield, High st. 

w. r. Salem, 10 Linden st. ; Wholesale 
paint and oil. 

Balch, Franklin. 

Topsfield, Salem st. 

w. r. Topsfield. 

b. a. Boston, 35 Congress st.; Lawyer. 

Balch, Gilbert B. 

Topsfield, Main st., "The Knolls." 
w. r. Topsfield, 

b. a. Boston, 36 Bromfield st.; Pres. 
and Treas. Balch Bros. Co. 

Chase, Percy. 

Topsfield, Prospect st. 
w.r. Boston. 

Chisholm, Wallace A. 

Topsfield, Hill st. 
w.r. Salem. 

Clerk, Wm. B. 

Topsfield, Main st. 
w.r. Wilmington, Del. 

Emery, Willard. 

Topsfield, "White Commons." 
w. r. Topsfield. 

b. a. Boston, 40 Beacon st.; Alley & 
Emery, decorators. 

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Gould, Bertram Cheever. 

With Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gould, 
b. a. Boston, 85 South st. 

Gould, George L. 

Topsfield, "Pinelands." 
w. r. Maiden, 24 Alpine st. 
b. a. Boston, 105 North st.; Pres. 
Gould & Cutler, Inc. 

Gould, Miriam. 

With Mr. and Mrs George L. Gould 

Gould, Rosamond. 

With Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gould. 

Gould, Warren Furber. 

With Mr and Mrs. George L. Gould. 

Jenkins, Dr. T. L. 

Topsfield. 
Physician. 
Child: Mary L., 2 months. 

Lawrence, John S. 

Topsfield, Old City Mills, 
w.r. Boston, 383 Commonwealth ave. 
b.a. 89 Franklin st.; Lawrence & Co., 
Dry goods. 

Marsh, James Madison, 

Topsfield, "The Hickories," (_)ld Bos- 
ton road. 
w.r. Lynn, 12 Ireson ave. 
b.a. 393 Chestnut st. 

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Meredith, J. Morris 

Topsficld, Rowley Bridge road, 
w. r. Topsfield. 

b. a. Boston, 15 Congress st.; Mereditli 
& Grew, real estate. 

Niles, William H. 

Topsfield, High st., "Valley View.'' 
%v. r. Lynn, 215 Ocean st. 
b. a. ;3,7,;i Union st.; Lawyer. 

Palmer, Bradley W. 

Topsfield(p.o. So. Hamilton), Asburyst- 
w. r. Boston, 140 Beacon st. 
b. a. 735 Exchange building; Law- 
yer (Story, Thorndike, Palmer & 
Thayer.) 

Peirce, Miss Marion. 

Topsfield, Boston St., "Witch Hill." 
w. r. Boston, Hotel Ludlow. 

Peirce, Thomas W. 

Topsfield. 
w. r. Boston. 

Perkins, Mrs. Emma T. 

With Lyman A. Perkins. 

Perkins, Harry W. 

With Lyman A. Perkins. 

Perkins, Lyman A. 

Topsfield, "High Rock Cottage." 

w. r. Topsfield. 

b. a. Boston, 36 Bromfield st.; Clerk. 



Perkins, Mrs. Susan G. 

With Lyman A. Perkins. 

Phillips, James Duncan. 

Topsfield, Hill st.,." Donibristle." 

w. r. Salem, 8 Hamilton st. 

b. a. Boston, 4 Park st.; publisher. 

Phillips, Stephen W. 

Topsfield, Salem st., old Pingree place- 

w. r. Salem, 35 Warren st. 

b. a. Boston, 10 P. O. Square; Lawyer. 

Pingree, David. 

Topsfield, Salem st. 

w. r. Salem, 128 Essex st. 

b. a. 125 Washington st.; Merchant. 

Proctor, Emerson T. 

Topsfield, Perkins st. 

w. r. Boston, 273 Commonwealth ave. 

Shoemaker, C. Harry 

Topsfield, Boston st. and Ipswich rd. 

Wellman, Hon. Arthur H. 

Topsfield, Salem st. 

w. r. Maiden, 193 Clifton st. 

b. a. Boston, 1040-1043 Old South 

building; Lawyer. 
Children: Katharine F., 15 yrs.; and 

Sargent H., 16 yrs. 

Wheatland, Richard. 

Topsfield, Rowley Bridge road. 

w. r. Salem, 4 Chestnut st. 

b. a. 125 Washington st.; Clerk. 



THURSTON'S POINT. 

WHEELER'S POINT. FRESH 

WATER COVE. AND 

RIVER VIEW. 



Baker, Mr. and Mrs. 

Wheeler's Point, 
w.r. Boston. 



Bates, Ex-Gov. and Mrs. John L. 

Tliurston's Point, 
w. r. Boston, i Monmouth square. 
b. a. 1045 Tremont building; Lawyer. 
Children: Dorothy, 12 yrs.; John 
Harold, 14 yrs. 

Bates, Rev. and Mrs. L. B. 

Thurston's Point. 

w. r. E. Boston, 44 Saratoga st.; Clergy- 
man. 

Blodget, Mrs. 

With Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Mcintosh. 

Brooks, Alfred Mansfield. 

With Miss Mansfield. 

Brown, Mr. C. H. C. 

Wheeler's Point, David Greenough 

Cottage, 
w.r. Brookline, 10 Regent Circle. 

Campbell, Horrick. 

Sans-Souci Cottage, Wheeler's Point. 
w.r. Gloucester. 

Camphell, Tracy. 

Wheeler's Point, Sans-Souci Cottage. 
w.r. Gloucester. 



Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. 

Wheeler's Point, Sea View, 
w.r. Gloucester. 

Cole, Hon. John N. 

River View. 

w. r. Andover, 8 Locke st. 

b. a. Main st.; Publishing and Printing; 
Speaker of Mass. House of Re- 
presentatives. 

Cook, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 

Fresh Water Cove, 43 Western ave., 

Ravenswood. 
b.a. Gloucester, 95 Main st.; Clothing. 

Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Elwood. 

Fresh Water Cove, 

w.r. Washington, D. C, 1017 Kith st. 

b.a. McGill Bldg., 908 G st. 

Niece: Marcy Curtin. 

Gilbert, Mrs. and son. 

Wheeler's Point. 

w.r. Somerville. 

Gilchrist, Mr. and Mrs. William. 

With Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Bates. 
w. r. E. Boston, 435 Meridian st. 

Hodgkins, Mr. and Mrs, Edward. 

Wheeler's Point. 

w.r. Gloucester. 

Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. 

Wheeler's Point, Villa, 
w.r. Boston. 




Till' Kdward I!. Sar^piit Cottage, riarliin- Road, lias- IJ. 



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this magazine is devoted is old 
houses. Nearly every town in Mas- 
sachusetts has some old house, a 
historic landm.ark for generations, 
about which cluster some old legend 
or association that makes it cele- 
brated in the neighborhood. 
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THURSTON'S PT., WHEELER'S PT., FRESH WATER COVE, ETC. 211) 



Knowls, Mrs. Caroline. 

Wheeler's Point, Knook. 
w.r. New York. 

Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bert. 

Wheek^r's Point, 
w.r. Gloucester. 
Station Agent. 

Mansfield, Miss Helen. 

With Miss Mansrield. 

Mansfield, Mies. 

Fresh Water Cove, Magnolia Road, 
Round Pond Hill. 

Mansfield, Miss Susan. 
With Miss Mansfield. 

Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Fitz. 

Wheeler's Point, Bungalow, 
w.r. Gloucester. 
b.a. City Messenger. 



McNeal, Mr. and Mrs. 

Wheeler's Point, 
w.r. Boston. 

O'Reilley, Miss. 

Wheeler's Point, Emerald, 
w.r. Gloucester. 

Sawyer, Mrs. L. M. 

Fresh Water Cove, Brook Bank. 
w.r. Gloucester. 37 Beacon st. 

Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. 

Wheeler's Point. 
w.r. Gloucester. 

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. 

Wheeler's Point, The Lilacs, 
w. r. Gloucester, 93 Prospect st. 
b. a. 164 Main st.; Jeweler. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

„ If is «»•• policy t.) api.roach (uily tlu- liir-est or best l-usiue-s houses to advertise in "Who's Who Alont 
the North ■'^ lore. Any one who is la-uiliar with business houses in this vicinity will see that in nearh 
everv case the leaders in a f^iven line of business are the ones represanted in these paL'ee. Tliis is so em! 
nently true that m ino^t cases It would be presumptuous in ourselves to guarantee or endorse tlieir reliability 

Antique Furniture. 

C. McCaithy. 482 Boylstoii st., Boston. 
Koopnian iS: Co., 18 Heacon .st., Hoston; 

324 Fifth ave.. New York. 
Antiques. 

C. McCaithy, 482 RoyLston st., Helton 
Koopman & Co., 18 Reacon st., Boston; 

.'324 Filth ave., New York. 
GUI Curiosity SI. op, 7o Wasliington st. 

:md n-G Massachusetts ave., Cambridge. 
Auto Garage. 

Hotel Preston, Beach Bluff. 

Gorham Davis, 72 Washington and 16 

Mansfield sts., Gloucester; Magnolia ave., 

and Raymond st.. Magnolia. 
Locke Regulator Co., North st., Salem. 
Automobiles. 

Locke Regulator Co., North st., Salem. 
Stwdebaker Bros. MTg. Co., Boston branch, 

1020 Boyist :n St., Boston. 

Automobile Repairing. 

Locke Regulator Co., North st., Salem. 
Banks. 

Naumkeag National, Salem. 

Merchants National, Saleiri. 

Beverly National, Beverly. 

Eliot National, 49 Federal st , Boston. 

State St. Safe Deposit Vaults, 53 State st., 

I^oston. 
International Trust Co.. Milk, Devonshire 

and Arch sts., Boston. 
Essex Trust Co., 25 Exchange st., Lynn. 
Book Plates. 

Butterfield's Bookshop, 59 Bromfield st., 
Boston. 

The Salem Press Co., 4 Central st., Salem. 

Books. 

Butterfield's Bookshop, 59 Bnmifield st., 
lioston. 

First Edition, Hawthorne's, "Tlie Gentle 

Boy," A. V\'. D., Box- 216, Salem. 
Ladies' Bazaar Exchange, 15^ Elm st, 

Gloucester. 

Women's Exchange 81 Middle st., Glou- 
cester. 

Boarding Stables. 

Gotham Davis, 72 Washington and 16 
Mansfield st. ; Magnolia ave. and Ray- 
mond St., Magnolia. 



Bric-a-brac. 

Daniel Low i^- Co., 232 E.ssex st.. Salem 
and Oceanside Hotel, Magnolia. 

HarLswrll's Gift Shop, (iloucester. 
Building. 

Pitnam & Brown, 255 Derby st., Salem. 

Cameras and Kodaks. 

Binkliati! A: Smith, 2SS-290 Boylston st. 
and 13^ l^romfield st., Boston"! 

China and Glass. 

Richard Briggs Co., 116 Boylston st. 

A. C. Titus, 136 Washington st., Salem. 

Hart swell's Gift Shop, Gloucester. 

Old Curiosity Shop, 75 Washington st 
and 526 Massachasetts ave., Cambridge. 
Chemicals. 

T. Metcalf Co., 39 Tremont st., Boston. 
Circulating Library. 

Ladies' Bazaar E\chan;i,e, 15^ Kim st., 
Gloucester. 

Women's Exchange, 81 Middle st.. Glou- 
cester. 

Clocks. 

Daniel Low & Co., 232 Essex st., Salem. 
Clothing, Ladies'. 

F. T. Slattery Co., 154-155 Tremont st., 
Boston. 

Clothing, Men's. 

The Naumkeag, 20.3-207 Essex .st., Salem. 

Confectionery. 

H. D. Fo.ss & Co., 112 Canal st., Boston, 
liadies' Bazaar Exchange, 15J Elm st., 
Gloucester. 

Women's Exchange, 81 Middle st., Glou- 
cester. 

Contractors. 

Pitman & Brown, 255 Derby st., Salem. 
Robeit Robertson Co., Beverly, Beverly 
Farms. Manchester, Hamilton. 

Copper and Nickel Ware. 

Hartwell's Gift Shop, Clie.stnut st., 

Gloucester. 
Old Curiosity Shop, 75; Washington st. 

and 526 Massachusetts ave., Cambridge. 

Cottage Furnishings. 

James I. Wingate & Son, 338 Boylston st., 
Boston. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



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C. W. Luce & Co., Inc., Elm st., Gloucester. 
A. C. Titus & Co., ]3(i Washington st., 

Salem. 
Lynum A. T-iowker Co., I9S Boylston st., 

"Boston. 
Hartwell's Gift Shop (kitchen furnishin.<;s), 

Chestnut st., (Uoucester. 

Cut Glass. 

Daniel Low A Co., 232 Ks.sex st. 
Old Curiosity Shop, 75 Washington st. 
and 526 Massachusetts ave.. Cambridge. 

Dahlia Farm. 

W. W. Rawson it Co., 5 Green st., Maible- 
I'.ead; 3 Union st., l^oston. 

Developing and Printing for Amateurs 

Smitli's Studio, 156Cal)Ot st., Beverly. 

Pinkham & Smith, 288-290 Boylston st. 
and 13i Bromfield st., Boston. 

Thompson, 103 Washington st.. Marble- 
head. 

Drugs. 

T. Metcalf ("o., 39 Tremont st,, P.oston. 

Draperies. 

Jam( s I. Wingate A: Son. 338 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Lyman A. Bowker Co., 498 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

A. C. Titus & Co., 136 Washington st., 
Salem. 

W. F. Purscher & Co., 381 Boylston st., 
T-)Oston. 

Druggist Prescriptions. 

T. Metcalf Co., 39 Tremont st., lioston. 

Electrical Supplies. 

Clark & Mills Electric Co., Copley sq., Bos- 
ton and P. O. Block, Manchester. 
J. W. Lee & Co., 126 Lathrop st., Beverly. 
Chas. C. Phillips, 74 Exchange st., Lynn. 

Electrical Work. 

J. W' Lee i^' Co., 126 Lathrop st., l^everly. 
Clark & Mills Electric Co., Copley sq., 

Boston and P. O. Block, Manchester. 
Chas. C. Phillips, 74 Exchange st., Lynn. 
Eyeglasses and Spectacles. 

Daniel Low A: Co., -'.V2 Essex st., Salem. 
Pinkham ct Smith. 288-290 Boylston st. & 
13i Bromfield st., Boston. 

Frescoeing and Painting. 

James I. \\'ingate A: Son, 338 Boylston st., 
Boston. 



lyman A. Bowker Co., 498 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Pitman it iirowii Co., 255 Derby st., Salem. 

Fruits and Vegetables. 

Isaac Locke it Co , 97,99 and 101 Faneuil 
Hali Market, Boston. 

Furs. 

Kakas Bro- , 179 Tremont st.. Boston. 

Furniture. 

James L Wingate & Son, 338 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Lyman A. Bowker, 498 Boylston st., Bos- 
ton. 

A. C. Titus, 136 Washington st , Salem. 

C. W. Luce & Co., Inc., Elm st., Gloucester. 

W. F. Purscher, & Co., 381 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Garbage Receivers. 

C. H. Stephenson Mfg. Co., 27a Farrar st., 
Lynn. 

Gas Lighting. 

Robert Robert son Ci >. , Beverly, Manchester, 
I'everK' Farms, Hamilton. 

Gasoline, Oil and Supplies. 

James E. Graves, off Beacon st., Marble- 
head. 
Glass and Chinaware. 

Richard Briggs Co., 116 Boylston st., 
I^oston. 

Glasses, Opera and Field. 

Pinkham it Smith, 288-290 Boylston st. 

and 13i Bromfield st., Boston, 
Daniel Low & Co., 232 Es.sex st., Salem, 

Gowns, Ladies'. 

F. T. Slattery Co., 1.54-155 Tremont st., 
Boston. 

Groceries. 

George S. Goss, cor. Pleasant and School 
sts., Marblehead. 

Haberdashers. 

The Naumkeag, 203-207 E.ssex st., Salem. 

Harnesses. 

Stii(lel)aker Bros. Mfg. Co., Boston Brancli, 
1020 Boylston st.,' Boston. 

Hardwood Finishing. 

James I. Wingate & Son 338 Boylston st. , 

Boston. 
Pitman & Brown Co., 255 Derby st., Salem. 
Hats. 

The Naumkeag, 203-207 Essex st., Salem. 



WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



Hotel. 

Preston House, lieaoh Bluff. 
Inns. 

Lake Croft Inn, Hamilton. 
Suntaug Lake Inn, Lynnfield. 

Insurance Broker. 

Ceorge i:. Wilinionton, .")()] -505 Old South 
Hldg., liowton antl Scliool and I'liion 
.sts., .Man'licstcr. 

.fonatlian May, Magnolia. 

Interior Decorating. 

Janie.s 1. Wingate & Son, 338 Boylston st. 

Boston. 
Lyman A. Bowker Co., 498 Boylston st., 

Boston. 
W. F. Purscher & Co., 381 Boylston st. , 

Boston. 
Pitman & Brown, 255 Derby st., Salem. 

Jeweler and Silversmith. 

Daniel Low Low & Co., 232 Essex st., Sa- 
lem. 

Kitchen Furnishings. 



Monuments. 

J. L Miller, 19 Liberty .st , Quiney. 

Newspapers. 

Bo.ston I'^vening Transeript, 324 Wasiiing- 

ton St., Boston. 
North Shore Breeze, Maiicliester. 

North Shore Post Cards. 

Salem Press Co., 4 Central st., Salem. 

North Shore Property. 

Geo. K. Willmoiitt n, 501-505 Old South 
Building, Jioston; School and Union st., 
Manchester. 

Notary Public. 

Jon t than May, Magnolia. 

Old Maps. 

Butterfield's Bookshoj), 59 Bromfield st., 
Boston. 

Optical Goods. 

Pinkham & Smith Company, 288-290 
Boylston st., 13 1-2 Bromfield st., Bos- 
ton. 

Daniel Low & Co., 232 Essex st., Salem. 



Hartwell's Gift Shop, Chestnut st., Glou- Opticians 

^^^^^^- Pinkham & Smith Company, 288-290 



Ladies' Bazaar Exchange. 

15^ Ehn St., Gloucester. 

Landscape Architects. 

Kel.sey & Guild, 6 Beacon st., Boston. 
Southworth Bros., 602 Cab'ot st., Beverly. 

Launches. 

James E. Graves, off Beacon st.. Marble- 
head. 

Leather Goods. 

Daniel Low & Co,, 232 Essex st., Salem. 

Livery Stable. 

Gorham Davis, 72 Washington st. and 16 
Mansfield st., Gloucester; Magnolia ave. 
and Raymond st., Magnolia. 

Lumber 

Pitman t^' Brown, 255 Derby st., Salem. 

Marine Railways. 

James ]]. Graves, Marblehead. 

Marine Views. 

Thompson, 1U3 Washington st.. Marble- 
head. 

Medicines. 

T. Metcalf Co., 39 Tremont St., Boston. 



Boylston st. ; 13^ Bromfield st., Boston. 
Daniel Low & Co., 232 Essex st., Salem. 

Out-of-print Books. 

Butterfield's Bookshop, 59 Bromfield st., 
Boston . 

Painting and Decorating. 

James 1. Wingate & Son, 338 Boylston st., 

Boston. 
Pitman & Brown Co., 255 Derliy st., Salem. 

Photographs. 

Smith's Studio, 156 Cabot st., Beverly. 
Thompson, 103 Wa.shington st., Marble- 
head. 

Photographic Supplies. 

Thompson, 103 Washington st., Marble- 
head. 
Pinkham & Smith, Co., 288-290 Boylston 
St., and 13* Bromfield st., Boston. 

Pianos. 

H. M. Curtis, 60 Andrew st., Lynn. 

Plants. 

Kelsey & Guild, 6 Pieacon st., Boston. 
R. & J. Farquhar & Co., 6 and 7 South 
Market st., Boston: 



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Hoiithworth l^ros., (j()2 Cabot st., Beverly. 
W. Vv . Rawson & Co., o I'nion st., Boston, 

and .") Ciieen st., Marblchead. 
Plumbing. 

Hubert Robert.son Co., Beverly, l^everly 

Farms, Manche.ster, Hamilton. 

Pottery. 

Hain'eral't S(;(■iet3^ !■ ront st., Marl)lehca(l. 

( )lil Curiosity Shop, 75 Washington st. 

and 5_6 Massachusetts ave., Cambridge. 

Printing. 

The North Shore Breeze, Manchester. 
The Salem Press Co.. 4 Central st.. Salem. 

Publishing. 

I lie Salem Bre.ssCo., 4 Central st., Salem. 

Real Estate. 

(ieorge K. Willmonton. 501-50o Old South 
Biiilding. [Boston; School and I'nion sts., 
Manchester. 

Jonathan May, Magnolia. 

Farm for Sale, A. W. D., 60 Washington 
st., Peabndy. 

Refrigerators. 

The Wm. G. Bill Co., 45-.54 Commercial st., 
Boston. 

Repairing Antique Furniture. 

W. F Purschcr et Co.. .381 Boylston st., 

Boston. 
C. McCarthy, 4S2 Boylston .-t., Boston. 

Roses. 

Mrs. Henry L. Foote, Devereux, Marble- 
head. 

Southworth Bros., 602 Cabot st., Beverly. 

Kelsey & Guild, 6 Beacon st., Boston. 

W. W. Rawson & Co., 5 Green st., Marble- 
head. 

Row-Boats. 

James E. Graves, Marblehead. 

Rugs. 

A. C. Titus tt Co., 1.36 Washington st., 
Salem. 

W. F. Purscher c<c Co., 381 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Safe Deposit Vaults for Boxes. 

Beverly National Bank, 17.5 Cabot st., 
Beverly. 

Ehot National Bank, 49 Federal st., Boston. 
Essex Trust Co., 25 Exchange st., Lynn. 
International Trust Co., Milk, Devonshire 
and Arch sts., Boston. 



Merchants National J'ank, Salem. 

State St. Safe Deposit Vaults, .5.3 State st.. 

Boston. 

Sail Boats. 

.lames K. ( Ji-axcs. Marblehead. 

School for Girls. 

Miss Woodbury's, 167 Hale st., Beverly. 

Seeds. 

J. ,]. H. Gregory & Son, Maiblehead. 
W. W. Hawson et Co., 5 (Jreen st., Marble- 
head. 

R. & J. Farquhar & Co., 6-7 So. Market 
St., Boston. 

Shrubs. 

R. & J. Faniuhar it Co., 6^7 So. Mark( t 

St., Boston. 
W. W. Rawson cv Co., 5 I'nion st., Boston; 

5 Green st., Marblel.ead. 
Kelsey & Guild, 6 Bearon st., Boston. 
South wor:h Bros., 602 Cabot st., I^everly. 

Sheffield Plate. 

Daniel Low & Co., 232 Essex st., Salem. 

Silverware and Jewelry. 

Daniel Low & Co., 232 E.ssex st., Salem. 
Handcraft Society, Front st., Marblehead. 

Souvenir Post Cards. 

Thompson, 103 Washington st., Marble- 
head . 
The Salem Press Co., 4 Central st., 'Salem. 

Storage for boats. 

James E. Graves, Marblehead. 

Trees. 

Southworth Bros., 602 Cabot st., Beverly. 

Trust Companies. 

The Essex Trust Co., 25 Exchange st., 

Ivynn. 
International Trust Co.. Milk, Devonshire 

and Arch sts., Boston. 

Tea Rooms. 

Handcraft Society, Front st., Marblehead. 
The English Tea Room, 160 B. Tremont 
st., Boston. 

The Delft Tea Room, 429 Boylston st., 
Boston. 

Upholstery Goods. 

Lyman A. Bowker Co., 498 Boylston st., 

Boston. 
James I. Wingate & Sons, 338 Boylston st., 

Boston. 



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WHO'S WHO ALONG THE NORTH SHORE 



A. ('. Titus i*c Co., ]-M\ Wasliington ,st.. 

Snlcm. 
W . I". Piirs.lHT ^- Co., 3S1 i!ovlston ?t., 

Hoston. 
Vehicles. 

Stu(l('l):ikL'r I 'res., Mfg.( o., iiu.stou lirancli, 

1()-J() Poylston St., Boston. 

Wall Paper. 

Lyman .\. I-iowkcr Co., 498 Boylston st., 

I^oston. 
W . F. Purscher & Co.. 381 Boylston st., 

I^oston. 
James I. Wingate & Son, 338 Boylston st., 

I'^oston. 
Watches. 

i):ini('l Low »^' Co., 232 Essex st., Salem. 

Water Colors. 

'riionijvon, 103 \Vasiiin;;ton st., Maihle- 
licad. 



Water Supply Plants. 

Robert Robertson Co., Beverly, Heverly 
Farms, Manchester, Hamilton. 

Wedding Gifts. 

l)aii!cl Low A: Co., 232 Fssex st., Salem. 
Handcraft Society, Front st., Marbleliead. 

Woven Linens. 

Handeraft S.ieiety, Front st.. MarMehead. 

Wraps. 

1". T. Slattery Co., Boston Branch Shop, 
The Colonnade, Magnolia. 

Yacht Builders. 

■lames K. <!ra\es, i\Luhleheacl. 

Yacht Tenders. 

James I'. Craves, oH' Beacon st.. Marble- 
head. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 

For convenient refei'ence we give l)elo\v the names of the advertisers in this i.ssiie of "Who's Wlio 
Along the Nortli Shore," alphabetically arranged. 

Low, Daniel & Co. 162 

Luce, C. W. & Co., (Inc.) 190 

May, Jonathan 146 

McCarthy, C. 58 

Merchants National Bank 130 

Metcalf, T. Co. 166 

Miller, J. L. 30 

Naumkeag National Bank 122 

Naumkeag Clothing Co., The 90 

Noith Shore Breeze 174 

Phillips, Chas. C. xviii 

Pinkliam & Smith Co. 38 

Pitman c^' Brown Co. 18 

Purscher, W. F. & Co. 50 

Rawson, W. W. & Co. 118 

Robertson Co., Robert 114 

Salem Press Co., The 194 

Slattery, F. T. Co. 150 

Smith's Studio 26 

Southworth Bros. 87 

State Street Safe Deposit Vaults ii 

Stephenson Mfg. Co., C. H. 94 

Studeljaker Bros. Mfg. Co. 46 

Suntaug Lake Inn 82 

Thompson, Marine Photographer 34 

Titus, A. C. it Company 22 

Transcript, The Boston Evening 102 

Willmonton, Geo. K. 138 

Wingate, James I. it Son 2 

Woodbury's, Miss, School for Girls 198 

Woman's Exchange 218 



Locke Kegulator Co. 


218 


Hartwells (;ift Shop. 


214 


Ladies Bazaar Exchange 


202 


Pell, The Wni. G. Company 


78 


Be\erly National Bank 


182 


Bowker, Lyman A. Co. 


6 


Briggs, Rioliard Co. 


26 


Butterfield's Bookshop 


126 


Clark & Wells Electric Co. 


90 


Cintis, H. M. 


xviii 


Davis, Gorham 


154 


Eliot National Bank 


inside cover 


Lnglish Tea Rooms, The 


ITS 


Essex Trust Co., The 


102 


Farcjuhar, R. & J. & Co. 


74 


I'oote, Mrs. Henry L. 


110 


Foss, H. I). & Co. 


14 


Go.«s, Geo. S. 


xviii 


Graves, James E. 


10 


Gregory, J. J. H. & Son 


54 


Handcraft Society 


58 


Hotel Preston 


66 


International Trust Co. 


158 


Kakas Bros. 


42 


Kelsey & Guild 


70 


Koojnnan & Co. 


98 


Ladie's Bazaar & Exchange 


202 


Lake Croft Inn 


62 


Lee, J. W. & Co. 


106 


Locke, Isaac & Co. 


34 


liOcke Regulator Co. 


lis 




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